Fisheries contribute to food security, livelihoods, and human health across the globe. Regrettably, the history of fisheries management worldwide is dotted with more failures than successes (Sarkar et al., 2018). Literature on fisheries management points out case examples of many inefficiencies than successful escapades.
Climate change is caused by human activities that result in the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Thus, climate change is caused by greenhouse gas accumulation (Hornsey & Fielding, 2020). Although the most cited cause of climate change includes human activities involving burning fossil fuels and deforestation, waste adversely impacts climate change.
Climate change is the permanent change of weather and temperature in the atmosphere of a place. Human activities contribute the most drivers to climate change such as environmental degradation, burning fossil fuels, and coal. The burning of these materials releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere leading to climate changes. This text will help understand the worst cases scenario in climate change.
The year 2010 was declared the International Year of Biodiversity by the UN. However, before the declaration, varied media outlets and sources of information had disclosed that most individuals are not aware of what biodiversity entails (Roe, 2019). A recent report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) has indicated that more than one million species are facing extinction.
Drought and desertification have a substantial environmental, social, and economic impact. The association between drought and desertification is vicious and presents significant ecological, social, and economic challenges across the globe. According to Borgen Project (2019), desertification affects every continent except Antarctica. United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) projects that 36 million square miles of land on the globe are currently affected by desertification.
Human operations cause an impact on the worldwide ecology, which can have severe ramifications for our future lives. Variations in the Earth’s atmosphere gas content, partly due to CO2 and other “GHG” emissions, may result in a spike in temperatures with significant geographical and spatial volatility, changes in global flow dynamics, and a substantial reorganization of climatic conditions. In this work, we examine these and other factors to relate glacier and permafrost melting, soil water loss, and flood risk. This research investigates all of the characteristics mentioned above and connects them using a common issue in each. We will be able to provide a comprehensive answer to these cross-cutting challenges in this manner.
When our forefathers figured out a way to mine and burn fossil fuel to run machines, they built a network connecting all corners of the planet. Moving goods and people is now easier, faster, and cheaper than it has ever been before. Every one of us is a node in a wide transport network and a demand point in a global supply chain.
Our planet is changing. We need to help it change for the better and we’re asking for your help to do that! There are a lot of things that affect our planet in a bad way but the good news is that everyone can help to reduce them and do their bit for the environment.