Environmental Awareness

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Recently, different countries have started to strive for environmental development, protection and sustainable use of environmental resources by establishing environmental agencies, but actions are still not compatible with the magnitude of the environmental challenges. Environmental awareness needs a political answer. This is an emergency and emergency situations need emergency actions (UNEP 2007).
The pressing problems of the 21st century, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, floods and droughts need to inform to our society. Degradation of environment is one of the most serious challenges before us (UNEP 2012). The lack of action on climate change will not only threats our prosperity out of reach of millions of people in the developing
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It gives information about the key drivers of future climate, which clarify the relationship between developing emanations of GHG and temperature change, and anticipated changes in the atmosphere framework in the 21st century and past. It additionally gives data about long term changes, including sea level rise and ocean acidification, and the danger of irreversible and unexpected changes (IPCC 2014).
Recent climate changes have affected human and natural ecological system. Human impact on the climate has as of now been cleared, and late anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gasses are the most surprising ever (IPCC 2015). For diminishing and dealing with the danger of environmental change impact, there is a need of adaptation and mitigation strategies and procedures. This need the decreases in the emissions of greenhouse gasses in the 21st century and beyond, effective adaptation contribute to strong pathways for sustainable development (IPCC
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Our society is already struggling to manage the planet’s natural resources. Escalating resource use is causing significant environmental degradation and depletion of key natural resources, impacting long-term economic growth and sustainability, and contributing to global inequalities. With the population set to grow from seven to 9 billion by 2050, and global urbanization levels to reach 70 per cent, planetary resources will come under increasing pressure under current consumption and production processes, the demands of a growing middle class, expanding cities and building construction and the need for enhanced services and infrastructure development (UNEP
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