In the past few months, Pope Francis started to identify that climate change is destroying our home. A powerful statement by Pope Francis is Encyclical Laudato Si "The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all. At the global level, it is a complex system linked to many of the essential conditions for human life." This passage from Encyclical Laudato Si identifies that climate change is affecting the way we connect and understand the essential means to be human. Without light and dark they are no life and without emotions, they are no climate.
There are many climate changes that will affect the economy and the amount of debt that we are in as a country. As global warming changes and the weather changes that causes different natural disasters to occur. When different storms strike different areas that causes us to make the move and help those lives who have been affected by the tragic disaster. Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, cloud forests are dying, and wildlife is scrambling to keep pace. It's becoming clear that humans have caused most of the past century's warming by releasing heat-trapping gases as we power our modern lives.
The cause of this global warming are none other than the humans themselves. Some people might say the actual cause of global warming are greenhouse gases and humans have nothing to do about it. They ignore this fact by arguing that it is a natural phenomena and will change over time like the different seasons but I don’t think that’s the case. Before going through serious discussions, let’s try to understand the various key terms I just mentioned.
With the habitats, stocks and species disturbed the variability of the food supply increase affecting fishing farmer’s activities and all the consumers (Background & Climate, 2008). Therefore, it is necessary to find a solution to endure world’s aquatic food consume, not only because the population’s growth but because the insecurity of natural sources. Aquaculture is known as the greatest solution against all the fisheries issues. However, the aquaculture is also affected by climate change and somehow also increases it. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Many people have advocated for changes in our policies towards nature as they understand that our surrounding environment is constantly under human abuse. Yet many also deny that our actions have any substantial negative effect, such as those who deny the existence of global warming. However, I believe that our actions have severe impacts on the environment around us and I intend to research studies revealing the various consequences of human activity. In Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Dillard’s friend Zacharias experiences a flood that submerges a “whole town...under water [causing] all the electrical power” (Dillard 158) to go out. Although some skeptics around the world believe that climate change is a hoax and unscientific, many respected scientists have concluded that environmental changes brought around by humans have altered the patterns of rainfall around the world, resulting in serious consequences.
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.
Climate Change: There are a number of global problems happening for example terrorism, spread of infectious diseases, poverty, economic crisis, proliferation of nuclear weapons, and increase in armed conflict but none of these problems is much bigger than climate change. I have a strong conviction that Climate Change is a major global problem that possesses the greatest threat to human existence on earth and thus we need to pay a lot attention to this climate change in every part of the world because it is already happening and our weather is in turmoil not by natural events but mainly mankind’s activities. Over most of Earth’s history, natural processes have been responsible for periods of climate change. The Earth 's climate has changed throughout its history long before human activity could have played a
What challenges do ecological concerns present to traditional theories of international relations? The environmental challenges throughout the world are numerous and complex. Most governments and institutions now clearly realize that environmental issues are now directly related with other social/ cultural and socioeconomic issues. Promoting sustainable growth and assuring the protection of biodiversity on the planet is the only path forward for human survival. Decades of environmental mismanagement have created a severe scenario that is affecting negatively all living beings on planet.
Both of these internal variability is a change in our climate patterns. Other people misinterpret this, they taught that it is man- made, but they don’t know that it is a natural occurrence. As a summary, Global climate change is not man- made, it is a natural phenomenon. It is caused by natural factors such as variations in the sun’s output, volcanic eruptions, and internal variability like El Nino and La Nina. Since global climate change is a natural phenomenon we must always keep in our mind that “We cannot prevent Global climate change, but we can lessen it”.
Abstract A changing climate impacts our health and wellbeing. The major public health organizations of the world have said that climate change is a critical public health problem. Climate change makes many existing diseases and conditions worse, but it may also help introduce new pests and pathogens into new regions or communities. As the planet warms, oceans expand and the sea level rises, floods and droughts become more frequent and intense, and heat waves and hurricanes become more severe. The most vulnerable people are children, the elderly, the poor, and those with underlying health conditions; they are at increased risk for health effects from climate change.