Sunday, April 6, 2008

Clean Air

Many challenges remain in protecting public health and the environment, especially in relation of quality of the air we breathe. One of the most significant challenges is to reduce airborne pollutants released from the nation’s power plants, especially those fueled by coal. Thus we need special program in developing a new array of pollution control technologies and new power generating processes that virtually eliminate the release of air pollutants from fossil fuel power plants.

To help protect our air, the official departments arranging supports to public-private partnerships that deploy alternative fuel vehicles and build supporting alternative fuel infrastructure. All parties should work to reduce the cost and environmental impact by advancing energy efficiency and water conservation, promoting the use of distributed and renewable energy, and improving utility management decisions. The authorities may provides technical support to help other institution identify opportunities for successful water conservation projects. It takes us all to make a clean air, soil, and water.

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