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.
Introduction/History of Plastics Susan Franklin, the former instructor at Seattle Pacific University of Washington DC, has written a book on the history of plastic. She says that before the plastic was invented in the world there were natural fibers like cotton, wool, jute and rubber. …Read more
Diwali is considered as a festival of cleanliness and light, but due to fireworks the meaning of this festival is changing. Poisonous gases emanating from firecrackers are not only harming the environment but also there is a danger of fire and damage to the body. …Read more
Climate change is the historical change in the pattern of average seasonal conditions. These changes are generally studied by dividing the history of the Earth over long periods. This change in climatic conditions can also be natural and the result of human activities. Population growth, …Read more
There is no doubt that the rivers merge into the seas and oceans. It means that the domestic and industrial contaminated water, pesticides, fertilizers, heavy metals, urban and industrial solid waste, agricultural waste, nuclear waste, polythene etc. which flow along the river, all eventually get …Read more
There are many theories around the causation of the infamous Dust Bowl. Some researchers believed it was caused by too much farming without giving the land a chance to grow again, while others believe it was simply a freak drought. But, what we do know …Read more
The Dust Bowl ravaged the southern and middle states of America during the 1930s. This event created so much strife in the United States and continues to impact society today. The Dust Bowl was known for the enormous dust clouds in the sky that lasted …Read more
When huge dust storms come rolling through the Southern Great Plains, most people continue to tear through the dusty soil like soft butter. It’s 1931 in the Southern Great Plains. The people were experiencing a massive drought as well as huge dust storms. People wonder, …Read more
Climate change is a by-product of green house gases because when gases like carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, etc. are in excess in the atmosphere, it will have an adverse effect on its structure. Its biggest side effect will be in the form of an …Read more
In the last few years, a rapid change in the climate has been observed. Weather has its own specialty, but now its manner is changing. This is happening all over the world. Scientists believe that the gases we are omitting in the atmosphere through industry …Read more
Climate change is a change in the climatic conditions on the Earth. This is caused due to various internal and external factors including solar radiation, variation in the Earth’s orbit, volcanic eruptions, plate tectonics, etc. Climate change, in fact, has become a cause of concern …Read more
Endangered species are becoming extinct as we speak. That leads me to ask, is there anyway we can keep endangered species from going extinct? This question is very bold. Some people argue and say that if the species is endangered then it deserves to go …Read more
The recent Living Planet Index report authored by the World Wildlife Fund and the London Zoological Society paints a disturbing picture: globally, on average, vertebrate species populations have declined 52% since 1970. Over-exploitation, habitat destruction and alteration, global climate change, and other pressures have created conditions that …Read more
The topic of preserving endangered species may be different in every country, however, it’s clear that the benefits we gain from protecting those species will be greater than leaving them for extinction. As an example, poverty can be greatly reduced if conservation and good protection …Read more
Plants and animals are a great design by the environment. Unfortunately, they face a high risk of extinction throughout the world. There are more than 30000 of species are currently in danger of becoming extinct because of human misbehavior. Lank clearing for development, hunting for …Read more