Policy Brief on Environmental Issues

Policy Brief on Environmental Issues

This environment policy brief aims at presenting key environmental sustainability issues and opportunities to the ecosystem. The main environmental issues are related to climate change, deforestation, water scarcity, land degradation, waste disposal, and increasing aridity in the ecosystem. These challenges cause adverse trends to poverty, human and ecological resilience, and health. Climate change adds to the existing stress. The main poverty-environment linkages relate to vulnerability to natural disasters and resilience, insecure tenure to natural resources and land, marginalization of vulnerable people, unreliable food access, and famine. Women and girls are disproportionately at higher risk due to gender inequity in the society. Due to corruption by government officials and environmental experts, environmental recovery continues to fail at the expense of increased degradation. Men and women have unequal access to agriculture and production inputs. Most governments have given the maintenance of healthy environment top priority for further development since this is the central part of resolving environmental challenges. The World’s policy on environmental resilience requires that environmental effects and associated risks get assessed and integrated in an analysis, planning, strategies, implementation, and follow up development manner. This policy brief builds a personal awareness of environmental and natural resources issues to help address these challenges in an amicable manner.

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The authors researched on climate change studies to identify environmental and natural resource issues that endanger the ecosystem in order to provide sustainable solutions for reducing and adapting the impact from a changing climate. They used geographical information system (GIS) and the GLIMPSE tool in determining the sequence of their parallel population samples. The hypothesis of the research was that massively parallel sample sequencing had the ability to facilitate an analysis of environmental and natural resources issues that endanger the ecosystem. Also, parallel sequencing research could get applied in non-environmental issues that harm the ecosystem. The study samples were prepared using the conventional royal geographical society (RGS) sampling technique in gathering, grouping, sorting, and analysis of data….Show More….

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