If you walk through the painting collection of a great museum like the Louvre in Paris, heading from the twentieth century into the past, one thing you will realize very quick: animals and birds, forest and shores, appear ever more frequently on canvas. This, no doubt, reflects how much closer to nature we all once were.
Approximately 2 years ago, I had spotted a fire near a large forest. The flames were already several meters high. The cause of the fire was illegal littler. It took the fire brigade some time to arrive. It took the volunteer fire men quite a while to get the fire under control and then they still had to do monitor most of the night.
Actually, since this incident, for every person here it should have been clear that illegal disposal of household waste does not only is putts nature at risk, but also can destroy completely the ecological balance. A little bottle, a piece of glass or car battery can cause a fire during the hot summers. The worst is when cans are thrown away, half-full containing unknown liquid. Such crime can cause near a river can cause the ground waters to be poisoned. So disposing your rubbish is by far not a trivial matter.
What annoys me most is the arrogance of people who dump their rubbish and put all the cleaning works simply on to the farmer. When you see the photographs of garbage you don't need much fantasy to imagine that a farmer spends a whole day just to clean up other peoples rubbish on his own land. If this stupid habit continues understandably this will lead to the consequence that the farmers simply will have take the decision to block their paths for public use because they do not want to clear away the rubbish of others from their very own property.
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