This time the research was on what kind of efforts the Swiss make to be environment-friendly. Going around here and there people were seen in small cars in order to help protect the environment. All the parking systems are charged, and outside visitors must have a card to park. It seems that there are various inconveniences, but at least because of these reasons people use the public transportation more and enables the environment to stay green. Thinking that a little inconvenience makes a better world, from now on I shall try to make myself tolerate at least some discomfort.
Also, on the roads in Swiss, there are electronic railways called ‘traps’. Since the traps and roads are connected with each other, it does look a bit complicated but it lets the people use the public transportation more effectively. The only thing is that because of the traps, it seems to be difficult to make a U-turn. However, the people there seemed not to complain and go around the long way and made U-turns. Nobody rushed nor got angry. It was nice to see people quite relaxed.
The other thing that was impressive was the cable cars. Looking at the beautiful scenery of Switzerland, I could have stayed on the cable forever. It was a time to experience the effort of the Swiss enjoying, loving and protecting the lovely nature at the salubrious Switzerland.
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