COVID-19: A wake-up call for nature-based solutions

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The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has exposed our vulnerabilities on multiple levels. But with any luck, it may also serve as a wake-up call. Grubbing out ecosystems and perpetuating grim illegal wildlife trade not to mention the worst excesses of factory farming — dislodge and facilitate new deadly diseases. At the same time, our […]

How Can I Reduce My Carbon Footprints.

We all can practice some important actions to help conserve nature and reduce our carbon footprint, to preserve our own well-being, and to guarantee that natural resources are available for future generations. International groups of scientists, working on various environmental issues, provided ideas what we can do to help conserve nature. Those ideas were grouped into three main categories: 1. Actions to reduce our ecological footprint; 2. Actions to conserve nature; 3. Actions to connect with nature.

Water Pollution In India 2020

As we see in our daily live how water pollution occur as see in image which i use in this article how factory pull out his wastage in river lake because of this our river get polluted and various kind of disease happen. We should aware to people and also owner of big industrialist aslo.

China’s Carbon trading scheme

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Recently China has launched the world’s biggest carbon trading system to help lower carbon emissions, but critics and analysts have raised doubts about whether it will have a significant impact. Sources said that China is the world’s biggest emitter of the greenhouse gases that drive climate change, and the scheme is part of its efforts to decarbonise and reduce the effect that causes by it.

Small Water Bodies for Biodiversity

With the advent of large water bodies and their individualistic issues, the focus has shifted from the importance of small water bodies, like lakes, rivers and ponds. The biodiversity that resides in them demands to be protected at all costs for survival of all living and aquatic life in the coming generations.

The biodiversity act of 2016

The biodiversity act of 2016, Western Australia not only aims at eradicating and destroying the presence and spread of environmental pests and other organisms, but it also aims to manage it. According to Baetman and Peralman (2017), the act aims to examine or test, survey, and closely monitor the presence or the spread of environmental […]