ABSTRACT Coral reefs ecosystems have drastically changed over the past 40 years. The main reasons for the decline of coral reefs is due to weather and temperature changes, too much pollution, boats, and overfishing. As a result, coral reefs are considered an endangered species. Over 50% of the people in the Florida Keys rely on the coral reefs in one way or another. Many don’t realize that they provide humans with a source of income and more importantly, life for a wide diversity of marine animals.
In fact, there are more places where they can be seen in the wild than places where they can be seen in captivity. In addition, places where there are wild marine mammals do not charge high entry fees. For example, many people now view dolphins from the cliffs and beaches of southern Cyprus, and along the coast of western Australia, swimming with friendly dolphins is becoming increasingly popular. The second important reason why marine parks should be closed is that scientific research conducted in parks is useful only for understanding captive animals and is not suitable for learning about animals in the wild. The biology of dolphins and whales changes in marine park conditions.
Climate vs. Food Production The climate does not directly affect Japanese cuisine, but the geography does. Japan is the top of the underwater mountain chain, so this makes Japan very hard to farm on. Only about 20% of Japan is "farmable" so this forces Japanese to live by the sea, which encourages fishing and trade. Japan has a major fishing industry and since fish are directly related to the climate and the ocean temperatures, a change in climate can drastically affect japans' food. These changes could make fish less abundant or different in size Staple Foods Soy sauce Sake (A Japanese alcoholic drink made from fermented rice) Mirin (a form of Japanese rice wine, less alcoholic than sake.
Most people would think that is not a good idea, but the reality is that corporate greed, devaluation of human life and the natural environment, economic oppression and other issues allow the systematic destruction of people and sacred lands. In most poor countries, creating and/or enforcing environmental regulations would be disastrous. It would mean, choosing between having a clean environment and buying food, and for a poor country, the answer, though not simple, is obvious. Rich, Western countries often take advantage of the dilemma Third World countries face; dump garbage and hazardous waste and even build plants in those countries that emit dangerous and/or toxic fumes causing even more pollution and health problems. These Western countries also avoid the regulations and restrictions they would face at home, so they go to Third World countries for their cheap labor and absent environmental regulations.
The only reason why the USA is able to sustain their use is because they have reliable water sources and manage the supplies well. Ghana has the least use of water. Although Ghana lies on the tropics and have rainfall seasons giving them absolutely no physical water stress, they have financial insecurity so are unable to extract and use the water supply. It is also an LEDC so there is a lack of hygiene which means that there are risks of water Bourne diseases making it dangerous for consumption thus the reason why domestic use is low ( less than 100 cubic meters pp). Ghana may also lack the infrastructure i.e pipelines for transporting water making it hard for investments needed to become industrialised therefore the reason why it's low ( less than 100 cubic meters pp) Egypt although being part of the Sahel region uses a significant amount of water.
Although numerous marine protected areas (MPA) have been established to alleviate the effects of habitat degradation (Russ and Alcala 1999; Stockwell et al. 2009) and coral loss (Selig and Bruno 2010) in order to maintain the integrity of fish-habitat interaction (Carpenter et al. 1981; Chabanet et al. 1997), effective management has only amounted to 3% of the total reef area of the country and is insufficient to contribute significantly to the need to compensate for the very high levels of
Hookworm bred where there was poor sanitation but was caught mostly by children and adults who had no shoes. The worst thing about malaria, yaws and hookworm was that they led to weakness which could last for life. Some surveys showed that hardly anyone of the working population was freed from such diseases. Poor sanitation helped worsen the situation. There was a lack of running water and improper sewage facilities in most of the areas.
It also allows us to have worldwide laboratories so that experts from all fields can share ideas about producing new sustainable resources that doesn’t harm the ecology. Not only does this allow far communication, it also reduces the environmental impact of people constantly travelling to meet which involves fuel that releases greenhouse gasses. Besides, newer technologies like solar or wind power are promising pollution free power. However, the production of technology also causes harm to the ecology. The human population has increased by leaps, hence necessitating deforestation.
Apart from that, the act of littering also decreases oxygen levels when it decays in water and it also kills river. Water is such a precious resource and the humans depending heavily on the water from river. But the resources are limited nowadays and to ruin the rivers and seas by littering is definitely not a wise thing to do. There are misconceptions about what form of litter as many people think it is okay to throw any organic items such as banana peels and apple cores anywhere but in reality, throwing garbage no matter it is organic or otherwise, is littering and the environment is adversely affected by it. Littering can also cause fires and unfortunately sends a clear message that the people who litter do not really care about
These differences caused more civil wars and a meaningful economic collapse. Although the situation seems to be getting better and better day after day, we cannot predict the future. Now, so that we have positive and negative aspects of globalization itself, we can take care of how important – the environment. There already are predictions made by different analysts, that we are running out of natural resources, that the global warming’s breath is easily perceptible and that the availability of fresh air in the coming years is questionable. Although we cannot fully rely on such forecasts we can, without a doubt state that some of the future (todays!)