The main impact of animal extinction is from loss of habitat created naturally and by humans. Natural loss of habitat is when other animals invade other areas, changes in weather and natural disasters occur. Some different ways that habitat loss happens are from humans, it happens in three forms, which include habitat deconstructions also known as mass deforestation, habitat fragmentation which separates animals from other animals and food, and finally, habitat degradation caused by pollution. However, the most significant threat of habitat loss is human destruction; it causes the most damage to the ecosystem. Humans break down the land for their uses such as making homes, towns, or businesses.
For awhile, global warming has become more recent and changing the planet and the animals behaviors. So far, “Rapid climate change is already causing problems for living creatures all over the world. One problem is that weather changes are resulting in mismatches between two species that have traditionally depended on one another,” (Nakaya). Furthermore, climate change is causing more problems, that the animals are not doing their regular jobs that they are supposed to do. In addition, animals are acting unusual by coming out of hibernation to early, polar bears are thinner and less healthy, different species are moving north to get more cooler air, and some species are breeding days before they should.
What I aim for is to convince other conservationists from different organisations and even countries to stop defending pandas. I want people who donate money to understand why they must not do it. And There are the reasons. One of the major problems pandas had to face is climate change. It cannot be avoided by pandas as they are really bad at adapting to the environmental change, this can lead to their extinction.
But still, I think that’s how it works...) Still speaking of what Marlo said,--I know, maybe you don’t entirely agree with what she presented, but you two were on the same side--she asked us “What if humans went extinct?” I personally think that then all the animals and the whole world, frankly, would be better off. After all, we are the main cause for the extinction of many species. Over time the Earth would fix all of the havoc and damage caused by people, and it would be an almost perfect haven, with a balanced ecosystem. Animal activists may think that it would beneficial to the animals. However, you also have to think about the animal itself.
And since the modern man existed during the Holocene, the causes of extinction was dominated by human activities. Holocene is a geologic epoch within the Neogene period about 11,000 years ago to the present and it is the age of man. And since Holocene epoch the rate of extinction increased until this time it is getting higher and higher. The primary cause of human-induced extinction events is simply human overpopulation of our planet Earth. The most activities of human that causes extinction is habitat destruction,
In the unsigned article Global Warming the writer wrote, ” Crowded landfills, polluted water, and poor air quality are just a few of the environmental problems that affect both industrial and developing nations”(“Global” par.1). Perhaps less obvious but no less ominous a threat to the environment are the general increase in temperatures worldwide and the resulting climate changes. This phenomenon, known as global warming, could have serious negative effects on humans and all other living things on Earth. Global warming is a complex problem, and governments have had great difficulty deciding how to address it. Some people think that it is the work of the world where nothing we do can ether change it or anything we do will prevent it.
All great extinction events are believed to be due to rapid climate change—perhaps massive volcanic activities (Permian event) leading to global warming, or asteroid collisions leading to global cooling.] To Nature, all her creations from the microbes to human beings are equal. She will not allow any one species to liquidate another for survival or for any other reason. If
Global warming is rapidly tuning into a strong concern for the citizens of the world. Science believes that the production of greenhouse gases is having a large heating effect on the atmosphere, and this could be very dangerous for human life and the environment. There are many causes of the global warming, some are natural causes and some are human made causes. Unfortunately, humans produce a lot of greenhouse gases through cars, landfills, and livestock cultivation. Deforestation and industrial emissions result to an of increase greenhouse gases around the Earth’s atmosphere.
Threats to species and ecosystem have never been so great as they are today. Human population places greater demands on ecosystems, as a result species extinction continues at an alarming rate (WWF 1998).Ecosystems are being fragmented or eliminated. Population of innumerable species is declining and many are already extinct. These extinctions are irreversible (BirdLife 2004) and pose a threat to our own well-being. The loss of biodiversity often reduces the productivity of ecosystems and weakens their ability to deal with natural disasters such as floods, droughts, and hurricanes, and with human- caused stresses, such as pollution and climate change.
Human intervention and their contributions to environmental problems that is degradation the planet resources. Certainly, there is no shortage of disagreement within the dawn of the third millennium. Especially, how the Earth’s globe is rampantly becoming affected by the climate’s change; in addition to, the impacts of weather alteration across the world. Consequently, knowing the problems of a rampant and prolonged water shortage to damaging coastline floods, and the increase outburst of wildfires in the United States like Colorado that has a devastating, destruction of wildfires, which was marked as some of the worsted wildfires in history, that burned more than 225, 000 acres and destroying over 600 homes, displacing more than a thousand