Tuesday, August 14, 2012

On Demand: A RESULT of the pedestrian's day


This result of an assessment on the pedestrian's day would be the certificate of Bhutan's Leadership in environmental protection, But if only proven with positive impact of the day beyond just a drop in fuel consumption.
Curtsy: Bhutan News Service
So many Tuesdays passed after the government declared it as the pedestrians day. A decision bold enough and a sign of trying means to commit towards environmental conservation. Good enough.

As it was expected to be an inconvenience for all walks of life, there are as many critics who did not like the idea as well as quite a good number of those who also support the idea despite all the tribulations we suffer.

One day a week, of about 12 hours a day would be saving a lot of fossil fuels burning into air and it is almost proven from the drop in sales of fuels in the gas stations around the country but, if government wants to prove it further, t an environmental impact assessment of the pedestrian's day, its impact on the air and atmosphere is a dare need for the public to appreciate their sacrifice of the convenience.

The RESULT needs to be presented, other wise drop in use of fuel gasses might help reduce INR outflow in a bit but it isn't serving the purpose of great tribulation people take to support.

I am one of the supporters of the idea but like me many would love to see a result so we appreciate giving up the convenience for about 12hours every week. Had it been in that old days of no road era, this wouldn't have been any inconvenience and no one would have even questioned nor would demand any Result.

Can there be a result presented for the public soon, because it can be a great relief for the supporters of the idea as well as for the government itself because critics would then also be satisfied.

PEOPLE ARE EAGER TO SEE A RESULT THE REAL RESULT OF THE PEDESTRIAN DAY'S  POSITIVE IMPACT ON AIR AND ATMOSPHERE SO THAT EVEN THE WORLD WOULD THAN FOLLOW TO REDUCE FOSSIL BURNING TO DECREASE CARBON IMMISSION.



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