Poll: Should Schools have a "No-Idling Zone"?
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Should Schools have a "No Idling Zone"?

This question links back to an article that discusses the possibility of implementing no-idling zones at schools. This may seem almost rhetorical in a sense to most teenagers, as they'd definitely want to keep flexing theirĀ 2018 Ruby Red Mustang GT Coupe to all their peers outside of school, they wouldn't want a car ban at all! However the UK, facing a national epidemic of thousands of deaths per year (28,000-36,000 to be exact) attributed mainly to the severe pollution in the country, has many public health chiefs proposing this immediate and effective solution to reduce the pollution. This isĀ something to consider for the benefit of everyone in the present and the future.

The UK health officials not only proposed this, but also to introduce no-idling zones to other vulnerable locations such as hospitals and care homes. In my opinion, this should be implemented as soon as possible because it's such an easy to get rid of the needless pollution we're making and if enough schools, hospitals and care homes follow through on this proposal, we might be able to influence the reduction of all pollutants globally.

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Should Schools have a "No Idling Zone"? - by George Spornic - 03-12-2019, 02:01 PM

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