Environment laws are doing little to implement actual changes in the way a society conducts its activities. Rising pollution and increasing levels of deforestation continue to play havoc with our environment. Be it air or water, pollution is prevalent everywhere. It puts us in danger, each and every one in this country is affected by it. In recent years, water pollution has become a serious problem across the country, mostly due to the presence of untreated effluents, chemicals and pesticides in it.
Can you imagine a world without petrol or diesel? Have you come across the term ‘Save Fuel-Save Money?’ Admit it, we all live in a world where resources require to be conserved with great care, be it water, oil or fuel. Why? The reason is that to survive, we need to protect the environment and the available resources. Indian law on environment is evolving and legal rights pertaining to various resources continue to be hotly debated on. The maximum amount of Indian foreign exchange is spent on the import of crude oil to fulfill the increasing demand of fuel. However, despite knowing that fuels, such as petrol, diesel and kerosene are non-renewable resources of energy, we tend to waste fuel. The following discussion will help you to utilize fuel efficiently.