Human life can be claimed to be both the processes of consumption and creation.
Enormous are natural resources that are expended in the course of human life. It not only leads to the draining of natural assets possessed by humans, but also causes a serious problem about protecting ecosystem from waste of all kinds.
Many countries see it as a vital issue to address the problem of waste.
Singapore has set an ambitious goal of increasing the rate of recycling of domestic waste which is beneficial in terms of environmental protection and practical in view of economic profits and directs a great deal of energies to it.
According to a zero waste and greening programme 2030, it works to improve the rate of reclamation of all goods to 70 percent by 2030.
A system is in operation for collecting various kinds of recyclable materials like paper, plastic, glass, and metal.
It also pays attention to the recycling of electronic waste.
Dustbins for electronic waste have been placed according to the producer responsibility scheme for electronic waste established in July 2021 in order to collect and recycle electronic waste.
Russia also puts in effort to reclaim waste materials.
Russia’s Primorsky Territory signed an agreement with an environmental protection management company of the country on the creation of an environmental protection technology park which can recycle selected garbage. Projects are also under way simultaneously to increase the amount of recyclable raw materials among household waste, set up mobile or fixed garbage collection grounds in residential districts in Primorsky Territory and build an infrastructure that is able to recycle and process waste materials.
Efforts for the protection of clean global environment are of great help in promoting economic growth.
Laos has set a goal of becoming a country with the largest solar power generating capacity in the world and is now pressing on with a programme to this end.
It set a solar power generation target in the past and began to produce solar power in 2020.
The government has reportedly aimed to make 98 percent of the entire population use solar power by 2025. Laos expects to hit the target of the government related to power generation successfully in the future, if it encourages power generation by making use of water power and solar energy as well.
Pakistan has decided to set up solar panels in 181 railway stations across the country and steps up the preparations for the project.
At present, economic growth and stable social development in every country are inconceivable apart from clean environment of the earth.
The international community will make more strenuous efforts to build a civilized society free from environmental pollution and achieve sustainable economic progress by developing the reclamation industry and diversifying energy production.