Adopting a new policy to impose restrictions on cars or living a greener lifestyle to reduce the use of cars would be both beneficial to the environment. Furthermore, providing basic service for the poor residents help them to protect themselves in the face of climate change. More importantly, international efforts are necessary in tackling climate change. As a result, everyone should shoulder the responsibility to attenuate the effects of this global issue.
Focused on the global environmental issues, the global warming seems to be a serious case to deal with. If the global warming ... ... middle of paper ... ...as human we need to take care of it by following all the correct measurement. Maybe, the smallest action can bring huge difference to the world and help to save the ecosystem. Any extinction species can be preserved and make a plantation to help the world green. Cut off any unnecessary activities that bring damage to the surrounding.
The affect of climate change has been evident in World with the changing pattern of monsoon, erratic rainfall followed by floods, increased number of disasters has huge implications, mainly on the marginalized communities and more so on women and children. This puts World in a dilemma of not being able to feed its own people with reduction in agricultural output, increased investment in social infrastructure viz water supply and irrigation. With the local communities already putting their effort, the state has its work cut out to design and implement effective adaption strategies to cope with the climate change to reduce the impact on economic and social development, one of the key priorities of the development plans. Climate change, in not just a science that we need to learn, but has been an integral part of our lives, since our birth and will last further. The changing temperature around has been your alibi to persuade you about this fact.
To conduct a thorough review of existing approaches among WASH disaster relief organizations. Bangladesh is vulnerable to several natural disasters and every year natural calamities upset people's lives in some part of the country (ref). The major disasters concerned here are the occurrences of flood, cyclone and storm surge, flash flood, drought, tornado, and landslide. These extreme natural events are termed disasters when they adversely affect the whole environment, and resulted in heavy damages in economic, social, and human life (ref). Human vulnerability to any disaster is a complex phenomenon with social, economic, health, and cultural dimensions .
In my research I want to have my focus on how law enforcement agencies were prepared and handled the pressure and chaos as well as how they were trained. I do believe that it is a really important topic because we need to address any issues we have because we as a nation need to be prepared for natural disasters, especially law enforcement agencies. I hope my research will bring the importance of the issue on our society and law enforcement agencies along with our people so ... ... middle of paper ... ...pport that can help to reveal stress and trauma during natural disasters. Also this study focuses on the way law enforcement and government handled the stress and the negative impact of social environment and stress. Villmoare, Adelaide H. 2007.
Wastewater management is a main topic of environmental protection, because it seeks to avoid the pollution of our rivers, lakes and shores .A mass amount of urban areas in different parts of the globe have fallen victims to severe flooding in recent years. The level of awareness within the responsible agencies about the necessity to protect the population from these situations is rising.
It is important to acknowledge that apart from their lack of land, population and their weak economic situation they have to deal with the consequences of climate change. These consequences are causing negative impacts, that is why the group of SIDS have come together and unite their ideas and resources so that they can better address this challenge. This paper will show various impacts that climate change is producing to these islands, but it will also mention the principal actors which have fostered and increased climate change. It has to be mentioned the great problem various superpowers and industrialized countries are creating to the SIDS and to the world in general. That is why, it will also be mentioned two case studies (Tuvalu and Barbados) and how these SIDS are dealing with this issue and how they are using agency or the power to change and influence the various institutions in the world.
Natural disaster such as flooding, drought, bushfire, earthquakes and tsunamis can have a big effect on organisations. An example, the past decade Australia had one of the biggest natural disasters (drought). This effect had a major impact on sport and recreation facilities such as; grounds were not suitable for play and unable to water grounds due to water restrictions. This natural disaster could occur again and many other natural disasters could occur. This evidence states that it is an importance for an organisation to address and be prepared for climate change.
Climate change is becoming a very crucial issue to its citizens and government of Bangladesh. More than 80% of the land is prone to flooding (Denissen). About two thirds of Bangladesh’s population is engaged in agriculture; so climate change will affect these farmers in a bad way. These natural disasters bring floods, cyclones, storms, extreme temperature and drought into the country (Denissen). Mostly, the Northern regions of Bangladesh suffer due to extreme temperature problem.
With access to natural resources diminishing and the state not being able to provide opportunities and services that help maintain life and human security this all may lead to increased violent conflict. Barnett, J., Adger, W. (2007) futher suggest “that there is a need for systematic, comparative and cross-scale research to enhance understanding of the connections between climate change, human security and violence. This includes understanding the ways in which it may affect environmental changes in localities, the extent to which people are susceptible to damage from those changes, and their capacities to avoid or adapt to them so that their livelihoods can be sustained and their needs and values can continue to be satisfied” (Barnett, 2007, pg. 651). This research would also have to include the ways in which people are affected by climate change and most importantly how they respond to it in the sense of their livelihood.