The level of pollution in the environment is quickly rising. The skies are turning grey and the air is unbreathable, but what are we doing? Nothing. We say that we care about the environments and we say that we are trying to change the future of our planet. But are we really. Are we just convincing ourselves that we are trying to do something even if we aren't. Are we just delaying the oncoming death of our planet because the truth is too horrible to face? We need to make a change now. A lot of people say this, but what difference does it make? You just say " oh ok" and then g about with your daily lives again, tossing rubbish on the ground and filling your car with dangerous and polluting fuels. Now doesn't mean three years later, now means now.
Last month, one of Australia's biggest mining companies called Rio Tinto, blew up some of the most important places to Aboriginal people. It was near the Pilbara region and then decided to expand it's mining base and expanded into what was called the most important cultural place for Indigenous Australians. This was not just blowing up somewhere that was special to people, but it was blowing up hundreds of thousands of years of our history. We need to make new laws that make sure that places like this are protected.