“ Will Canada be the greatest country to live in 2035?”
Interactions In the Physical Enviroment
Managing Canada's Resources & Industries
There are many issues with urban sprawl. The transportation use can cause many problems such as taking too long to get to work, far from home, traffic jams, and polluting the area. Farm lands and wildlife have been taken down also. They're risking precious greenland and environment. Taxes are increasing because there're too much people, health cost, and infrastructure needs such as building or construction use. Low density homes are also a problem. They're too far from work and services and growing farther away from cities. There are many ways to deal with urban sprawl. If you are moving, you can choose a home that is a minutes walk, bike, transit, from work, school or shopping. Doing that can reduce the problem of carbon dioxide. Stop being car dependent and be efficient. Try going to a city and do urban agriculture. Not only it's a helping hand, it can also help strengthen the community. Separate trash and recyclable items that can be re-use. A project that can make carbon dioxide and sunlight as food for algae. You convert the algae into a dark green substance called pesto. It can be used as fuel for power plants.