18/06/2017 · How to Help the Homeless
Why I Support Regulating the Public Feeding of Homeless People
On one hand, trees are very essential to be planted in metropolitan cities because people living urban areas hardly get the essence of rural area. Trees are the symbol of heathly environment and produce oxygen so, having more trees in your city will not only eliminate the health related issues but also improves the physical outlook of the city. Secondly, planting trees will bring wildlife environment to survive in city and produces a ecosystem of a city. Moreover, green belt creates a positive effect on the urban life as well as it lowers the temperature. Furthermore, noise pollution will be diminish by planting more trees, it can make the living environment more pleasant and soothing.
On the other hand, growth is also very important building more houses means inviting more people to your area and increasing the population. Building houses can provide shelter which will fulfill the basic requirements of living beings. Secondly, urban areas easily get dense so the priority should be given to build proper housing scheme than constructing parks and losing valuable space. Because without homes, people can become homeless and frustrated which might lead to a detrimental of communities and cities. Moreover, housing is also very important for any country which is hoping to develop its economy as workers and labors should have access to affordable homes.
All in all, I’m more concerned over human health as it is well said that “health is a wealth”. If we have healthy environment we can eventually grow. So, planting more trees will increase our growth as it can provide us a better and healthy environment.
How many are homeless in America
The second stereotype that much of society believes is that homeless people are addicts or criminals. Though one of the reasons that a person becomes homeless is addiction or past criminal records, it does not make up all of the reasons a person can become homeless. A person can be stranded without shelter because of many reasons: lack of affordable housing, poverty, dearth of employment opportunities in the current economy, domestic violence, and others. Even our veterans can be homeless as well! Due in part to mental health issues like PTSD, . Not all people are homeless because of substance use or past criminal history, as there are many more contributing factors to homelessness.