I'm torn between A. and C.

Constructing an artificial wetland is not RESTORING an environment unless there was a wetland there in the past. I live in a neighborhood in which the environmentally conscious developers increased the amount of wetland from the existing streams, lake, and wetlands.

Conserving electricity helps control air pollution, but is that a method for "restoring an environment"?

Please tell us what you think.

What example is NOT a way to restore an enviroment?
A: constructing an artifcial wetland
B:growing prarie grasses for lawns
C: cleanign up a polluted river
D:conserving electricity

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