The article I chose is a current issue in Nepal wherein Nepalese officials forces Everest climbers to collect rubbish as they return back from their expedition. They are required to bring back eight kilograms (17. 6 pounds) of garbage, apart from their own, under new rules designed to clean up the world’s highest peak. It is said that authorities would take legal action against climbers who failed to comply with the new rule, although it was unclear whether this would involve a fine or other penalty. My reaction towards the article, ??
Nepal to force Everest climbers to collect rubbish’’, is that I am all for it. It may seem a bit harsh to some people, but really, our environment is at stake here. If people don’t start taking matters into a serious manner, the future of our world wouldn’t be so bright. I believe this idea is really helpful especially since Mount Everest is considered to be one of the world’s wonders. It deserves to be preserved as much as possible and to be kept clean and descent not only for our sake, but for the sake of our Creator above who has given wonders such as those as a blessing.
We must take part in saving our universe in every way we can. May it be through small or big ways, it’s the thought that will make a difference. It? s what is in our hearts that will take us places. So act now while it isn’t too late. The world needs more doers than just stand-by’s. God gave us this universe to take care of, not to just use at our own disposal. Let’s make the world a better place everyday by doing whatever we can to help.
Hitler, leader of the German Nazi party and, from 1933 until his death, dictator of Germany. He rose from the bottom of society to conquer first Germany and then most of Europe. Riding on a wave of European fascism after World War I and favored by traditional defects in German society, especially its lack of cohesion, he built a Fascist regime unparalleled for barbarism and terror. His rule ...