This requires the ‘torturing’ of animals and most likely the killing of them. Animal testing can be a very cruel process, in most cases animals get harmed during the process ("Product Testing: Toxic and Tragic."). So is this ethically correct? On the other hand, what would happen if we wouldn’t use animals to test the new products on such as TBHQ. Most likely if we hadn’t used animal testing for TBHQ, people would have suffered themselves from the consequences.
Despite the benefits of tourism and associated infrastructure development, the constant presence of people at beaches and the destruction of the coastlines modify the living environment of the sea animals and negatively affect their ecosystem conditions for survival. Increased tourists flow also necessitates overexploitation of sea resources to provide special meals and diet. Likewise, tourism opens a way for shipping activities, which eventually cause oil spills and rubbish dumping (Huang, 2009). Thus, it is apparent that tourism and related developments such as intensified fishing activities significantly endanger sea animals around the globe. The last reason, is that the oceans and seas are a good place to throw wastes in some perspective.
The most common example of overharvesting is fishing. Many fishing companies over fish so that their income is larger. Over fishing has played an important role in the extinction of many species. The unsustainable extraction of species had three main problems – too many people want the resource, the short term profit goals and life histories of populations being harvested. (Grobeman, 2013) Pollution from humans has also greatly impacted the environment.
Introduction to the topic Save endangered species mean that we need to rescue the species of animal that are become lesser and lesser each day. Examples like white tiger, rhino , elephant etc. The reason of why this animal become lesser is because they are being hunted for their skin, paw, tusk , horn to satisfies human needs and wants. This endangered species also include the plant species. If we didn’t save the endangered species , the balance in the ecosystem will be affect.
The environment is at a horrible state right now because of the way humans are taking advantage of it. People are responsible for climate change, deforestation, pollution, and over-fishing. Humans are constantly taking the earth and its natural resources for granted. Because humans over-fish and take advantage of the vastness of the ocean, there is now a loss of biodiversity. This means that certain species are becoming extinct and this is a very serious problem because this could have a domino affect of the rest of the ecosystem and affect even humans.
Therefore a natural hazard is created because there are a group of humans living in an area where a disaster could cause deaths. I’m sure humans play another part in other natural hazards an example I can think of would be deforestation. Trees play a crucial role in how we survive and all the deforestation could cause instability in the environment, which may cause a hazardous area when the weather isn’t stable. The more the population grows the more demand we will need for places to live. Eventually we will have to inhabit areas we normally wouldn’t and in my opinion that is the biggest danger to a natural hazard because we will be forced to inhabit dangerous
Source 1 refers to reasons why not to tar it as well, as the tourists come from all over to experience the challenge of the 14 hairpin bends as well as the beautiful wilderness. The pass itself would have to be closed completely during the construction, decreasing tourism and thus decreasing profit, as well as closing the pass would pose large implications on the tourism industry as
als, animals lifecycles change and this all causes changes in the natural behaviour. Finally, a common problem is that tourists may cause hazard situations within a destination. Tourists might bring diseases with them or are exposed by predators or exotic weeds, which could bring them or the population in dangerous situations. The final sort of impacts stressed in this article are the tourist activities. Snorkelling, hiking and diving are very common tourist activities.
On the other hand, species extinction will influence many part of the natural environment. In the article “Consequences of changing biodiversity” by Chapin et al. (1886) said that the result of altered diversity can be affect on richness, evenness, and composition, all of those things need to be focus because they can respond the huge influence to ecosystem. Also the abundance of species can be consequence of ecosystem function and progress (para.7-14). The nature’s function and progress can be broken by species extinction which means human should keep focus on this
These activities indeed have negative impacts on the wildlife. Some of these includes the importing or transmission of diseases to the animals in that balanced ecosystem. Whether purposeful or accidental, human activities can disturb the natural flora and fauna and change the natural environment. Due to the presence of human and human activities animal may change their habitat, eating habits and their behaviours. With the growing number tourists, through various expedition and explosion