You must spend 40 minutes on this task.
In present times, fewer and fewer people walk on daily basis.
What are the reasons for it and how can one encourage them to spend their time walking?
In today’s world, people seem to be reluctant to have a walking exercise regularly. Some people blame it to the hectic lifestyle that they have while others believe it is because of the technological advancement. However, no one can deny the importance of regular exercise.
The lack of people’s interest in walking could be accredited to lots of reasons. Firstly, the technological advancements such as escalators or electric lifts, which can make travelling lot more easier are seen almost everywhere in public. The convenience from using escalators makes people become lazy and avoid walking in normal life. Secondly, walking is a monotonous activity and it becomes quite boring, leading people to just leave it all together. Most people now prefer other amusing activities such as playing sports or playing games, which participates have to compete to other players and learn to follow rules.
However, certain pragmatic steps can be taken to ensure people prioritize walking in their daily lives. The first step can be taken by the organisations, as most people spend their maximum time in the company. For instance, having walking missions in a company, which employees compete to get the highest steps and the winner will receive the prize, can definitely boost employees’ interests. Walking in dull mundane roads, with lots of pollution does not makes sense to people. The government must initiate to make city look more beautiful by adding graffiti, helping people feel more pleasant while walking.
Overall, the causes of abandon walking in daily life contribute to the convenience of transport applications and the lack of people’s interest. If, however, the government and the individuals join hands, citizens will adopt to walk more in daily life.
You should spend 20 minutes on this task.
More and more wild animals are on the verge of extinction and many are endangered.
What are the causes of it and what measures can be taken to solve it?
Write at least 250 words.
The planet is meant to be shared by all species, humans, plants and animals. But, with increasing number of people, an imbalance has been created leading to either animal species becoming extinct or endangered. Deforestation, consumption of animal products, hunting and pollution are the main causes for habitats to vanish. There are several methods such as sharing money among communities, awareness, that can help save animals.
With rising population, we have slowly crept into the spaces of the animals. Since one needs space to live, massive deforestation has taken place destroying the habitats of animals living in forest. As a consequence, animals are forced to relocate and sometimes enter into the habitat of humans. The second reason for such a threatening scenario is the increased levels of pollution. For instance, air pollution is causing death among the birds and water pollution among the fishes.
The first step towards saving the animal species is conservation. The animal habitat must be conserved and human entry must be restricted in those areas. The next pragmatic step could be to give incentives to the communities living near the animal habitat. If the tourism department, gives a share of the earned money to people living near animal habitat, chances are they will take ownership of animals and take extra care.
Overall, the main reasons causing extinction are the various disturbances such as deforestation and hunting. However, measures like incentives for the community and conservation can help protect the animals.
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Many offenders commit more crimes after suffering punishment for their first crime.
Why do you think it is happening and what measures can be taken to solve the problem?
Write at least 250 words.
A large number of criminals who serve their sentence, often get released, to become even severe criminals. This is mainly because of rehabilitation and unemployment. There are a number of measures that can be used to deal with criminals that re offend.
Jails have a peculiar way of dealing with criminals, they put all kinds of criminals together. So, for instance, a person often found guilty of theft is kept in bar along with someone who has done brutal murders. This instigates in the former to become a bigger criminal once released. The next major issue is that many jails don’t focus on developing skill of the criminals, so that they can find employment once they are out. The absence of skills often forces people to commit crime, yet again.
There are two effective solutions to the problem of repeat offenders. One way to tackle this is to ensure that all people entering jails are given chance to retrain themselves in some skill, so that they are not left unemployed once they are bailed, hence forcing them into the world of crime. Another method of dealing with criminals who re offend is to distinguish criminals on the basis of crime and make sure that people with severe criminal records are not placed with those who are found guilty of minor crimes.
Overall, having training and distinguishing factors in jails are effective in dealing with the issue. If governments implemented these solutions, crime figures would soon drop.
You should spend 40 minutes on this task.
Global warming is one of the biggest threat to environment.
What causes global warming?
What solutions are there to this problem?
The most threatening thing to the planet at present time is global warming. It has caused the ozone layer depletion rising the number of skin diseases and causing upheavel in the nature.
The predominant factors resulting in the rising global warming are the increased levels of CO2 and deforestation. CO2, which causes ozone layer depletion, comes from various sources, but the one that causes the most dramatic effects, is the CO2 emitting from the fossil fuels. Another cause of these emissions is the burning of gasoline for transportation, which continues to increase because of our demand for cars and also our increasing worldwide consumption, resulting in an increasing need to transport goods. The third major issue is that the forest responsible for maintaining the CO2 levels are being cut down at faster rates than being planted.
Nevertheless, there are potential ways to reduce the effects of global warming. Firstly, ten trees for each tree cut, must be planted, so as to reduce the effects our future generations might face. Secondly, governments must find alternative ways to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, to travel. Thirdly, awareness among people regarding global warming and its effect must be made. Pupil travelling in cars alone must be fined and they must be asked to pool their cars for travel.
Overall, although global warming is a big issue, if proper steps are taken by the government and individuals, we an get over the issue and save our planet.