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  • rahiman: Page 13
    been asked about whether mother Earth is able to sustain the entire livelihood which instead is keen on destroying her very essence With the recent drive to improve the status of the Earth more Previous 1 12 13 14 41

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    makes is separating the complex politics and economics behind the fishing industry is as easy as shooting fish in a barrel Possible solutions are presented in the form of aquaculture fish farming more Previous 1 29 30 31 41 Next

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 14
    of change in climatic conditions The answer is quite simple rapid industrialization deforestation pollution and increase in population are some of the causes of the change in climate Forest are innate buffer systems they keep the climate conditions of a region in a normal and controlled range by balancing them with rain Due to the drastic change in climatic conditions humans are now more than ever prone to cancers cataracts eye infections etc This is because of the amplified exposure to ultra violet radiations which in turn is because of light house effect caused by the deforestation increased pollution and use of cfcs and aerosol sprays The climate is rapidly changing and we need to strive harder and prompt to stop these climatic changes from affecting us and damaging our beautiful earth Let s start changing from individual level and spread this revolution to the national level and create awareness stop using plastic bags instead use recyclable bags increase the use of lead free petroleum products avoid using aerosol sprays and last but not the least plant more tress to increase the natural buffering capacity This earth is our residence and it is our utmost responsibility to take the best

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 34
    pollution may interact with climate change to produce a double whammy that could alter remote lakes in ways not seen in the past 10 000 years Schindler saidThe authors conclude that climate natural sources of nitrogen and normal chemical processes on land and in water cannot account for the chemical signals they observe Read the full article here Nitrogen from humans pollutes remote lakes for more than a century Share

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  • rahiman: Page 14
    of progress advancement and the utmost echelon of modernization This has made the human life so convenient but with all these perks comes the pessimistic fact the immense and drastic change in climate more Previous 1 13 14 15 41

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  • rahiman: Page 29
    ingredients can be difficult so it can be hard for consumers to make an informed choice about wine Sophie Laggan takes a look at the optionsThe only additives currently mentioned on wine labels are more Previous 1 28 29 30

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 15
    due to increased global temperature the glaciers are seen melting at a much higher rate leading to an increase in the sea level And the increased seal level of course poses a huge threat to the islands and the cities having sea on one or more of its sides Besides the production of agricultural products is thought to be at stake since changes in global temperatures are likely to resist crop production in many of our fertile areas Now scientists have identified some obvious reason for this change in global climate One reason for this climate change has been the clearing of forest land for the sake of building urban residential areas and agricultural farming And the need to do so has taken birth due to rapidly increasing population of the world Of course for more number of people we d need more space and more food to make them able to survive And due to this rapid elimination of forests which are considered the regulators of earth s climate the issue of adverse climate change has gone from bad to worse Other reasons for climatic change are all linked with the explosive human population growth and human activities disturbing

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 33
    up the first ever housing association to being an early advocate of social work For someone with so many fingers in different pies there was a thread that connected them all which predates the welfare state and has become topical in the current political and economic climate It was the importance of our environment in the broadest sense from the need for strong communities to a sense of fair play and giving people the opportunity to improve their own lives One aspect of her campaigning zeal that makes her very relevant today was her recognition years ahead of it becoming fashionable of the importance of green spaces and the environment in terms of our health and well being This is captured in her own words where she talks about the fact that we all need space unless we have it we cannot reach that sense of quiet in which whispers of better things come to us gently and we need places to sit in places to play in places to stroll in and places to spend a day in In one breath she could link the debate around slum housing in Victorian Britain to the need for access to green space Research is increasingly showing that seeing green whether in a tower block or living in a small hamlet is good for you It also has a direct and interesting link into the rise of the happiness movement and the search for measuring progress beyond simple economic measurements Octavia Hill was a tireless campaigner in the efforts to save commons and land in and around London such as Parliament Hill She was also one of the three founders of the National Trust The early years of the organisation focused on acquiring places of natural beauty and historic interest such as Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire and land in the Lake District Inspired by the national parks movement in the US and the ideas of the great John Muir the young National Trust was the embodiment of Octavia s environmental thinking and today it manages 250 000 hectares of countryside and 710 miles of coastline in England Wales and Northern Ireland Her journey and tireless efforts to show the value of the outdoors whether the fells of the Lakes or our local parks helped lay the foundations for a century of change in the countryside The post second world war settlement enshrined in law the importance of our green spaces with the creation of the national parks and the countryside rights of way Act established the right to roam Yet there are still very real pressures on the places we treasure spectacular forests or a patch of green on the edge of a town today The public reaction to the Government s proposed sell off of Forestry Commission land in England in early 2011 and the national debate about changes to the planning and its possible impact on our green places show that Octavia s vision is both topical and relevant a

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