Environmentalists from all over the world have been ringing bells for a long time and sound the alarm, because many phenomena simply cannot be stopped. Animals, which ten years ago were full of forests, are on the verge of extinction.
Plants that filled meadows and water areas yesterday disappear. In the stream of destruction, the science of ecology is becoming a lifeline, designed to balance the relationship between nature and man and bring them to harmony. It is believed that man inevitably destroys nature. So it is, but it is worth noting that it is impossible to carry out any economic activity without harming nature.
From time immemorial, man has been adjusting environmental conditions for himself, this is our nature. All we can do is organize events to preserve biocenoses that have not yet been touched by civilization. The most effective method of combating the destruction and pollution of nature is the creation of laws restricting human activity in protected areas. Violation of these laws entails unavoidable criminal or administrative penalties.
Current environmental issues make us vulnerable to disasters and tragedies - both now and in the future. All over the world, people face many new and complex environmental “failures.” Some of them are small and affect only a few ecosystems, while others dramatically change the living conditions that we consider normal.
Differences in behaviour are widely varied within zoology and are often influenced by the size and structure of the social assembly during development in animals. In many vertebrates, the effects of social interactions in early life and in adult life are mostly mediated by changes …Read more
Introduction Coca cola and Pepsi are MNC’s localized in almost every country. Their approach towards making profit is strategically not the same everywhere. India is a developing country, are the rules and regulations strict enough to stop these corporations to exploit the Indian locals. We …Read more
Introduction In economic geographic analysis the ‘firm’ has an ontological and epistemological privilege (Grabher, 2004). Since 1980s onwards the notion of firm as a ‘black box’ a coherent and unitary factor was challenged. There is an increase in investigation of the relation between firms. The …Read more
Whatever human beings do to the ecosystem have the reflections back. If man does not harm nature, the nature keeps him safe. Ecological concerns have become the centre of today’s discussion. Literature has been responding to the world with its various changes throughout ages. Literary …Read more
Chapter 50 Ecology is the scientific study of the interactions between organisms and their environment. Concept 50. 1 Ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and the environment Ecology and evolutionary biology are closely related sciences. * Ecology has a long history as a …Read more
In this humble paper, I the writer will discuss the ecological sins and ecological salvation. Even though there may have many ecological sins and salvation according to ecologists and theologians, this short paper will emphasize the Christian doctrine of original sins to help well understanding …Read more
There are six main physical types of dunes which rely on the position of the system in relation to the direction of the shoreline. Three of these being spits, offshore islands and nesses project towards the sea and are generally extending seawards. They are characterstic …Read more
Numerous studies have been contacted on the Rabbit in Australia (Parer,I.(1977),Twigg, E.L., Lowe, J.T., Wheeler, G.A., Gray, S.G., Martin, R.G. & Barker,W.(1998), Wheeler,H.S. &King,R.D. (1985), Rolls,E.C. (1969)), covering issues such as it’s population ecology, dispersal, survival and the efficiencies of the various control methods that …Read more
Becoming EcologyPopulating in context of all living things in clip and infinite, and the paradox of seeing habitat all around but entree is denied through the human concept of private belongings )Changing PositionsWe now operate an amodern fundamental law, where we must contextualize ‘humans’ or …Read more