Some people believe that environmental problems can be solved by increasing the cost of fuel for cars and other vehicles. To what extent do you agree or disagree

Environmental problem
An environmental problem
has become a major issue in both developed and undeveloped countries. Some individuals share the view that
can be reduced by raising the cost of petrol for cars and other vehicles. I strongly agree with
view because
would result in less cars on the road leading to less environmental hazards
as smoke inhalation and
lead to increase economy. Uplifting the cost of
for cars to reduce environmental problems would be a means to an end.
In other words
act will reduce the amount of individuals who can afford petroleum thereby reducing the number of cars on the road,
reducing air pollution. Take
for instance
, in Nigeria, a
a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions; now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (or approximately 1.75 pints)
of petrol is about 300
, which is above the minimum wage of most individuals in the
act alone has reduced the number of cars, which in turn has reduced the environmental problems in the
In addition
the increment
of petroleum will
improve the economy of the
, improving the environment. Many countries have developed their economical status solely on the increase of petroleum and
gas which
Accept comma addition
gas, which
in turn has decreased environmental hazards. Take
for example
, China, who in 2017, was recorded as the
with the ‘purest air to breathe’ by the World Health Organization.
was mainly achieved because the Chinese government increased
prices back in 2015 and these extra funds were diverted to other transportation systems which
in directly
not in a forthright manner
reduced environmental hazards. If the government would raise the cost of
and divert the extra funds to other means of transportation
would reduce environmental problems. In conclusion, increment of
prices would aid in the eradication of environmental pollution which can be harmful to the health of the citizens as well as the globe as a whole.
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  • Prediction or recommendation


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Topic Vocabulary:
  • environmental sustainability
  • renewable energy
  • fossil fuels
  • public transportation
  • carbon footprint
  • economic incentives
  • alternative energy vehicles
  • fuel-efficient
  • government subsidies
  • economic disparity
  • urban planning
  • rural infrastructure
  • sustainable development
  • carbon tax
  • green technology
  • demand elasticity
  • energy conservation
  • climate change mitigation
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