Our Threatened Planet

Our Threatened Planet

Author: Emmanuel Kenneth

Publisher: BlueRose Publishers

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Category: Science

Page: 401

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If extinctions are part of nature’s course, then why does it matter that so many species are becoming extinct now? Over the long course of man’s occupance on Earth has been seemingly characterised by its dependence on nature and the ecology which has overtime greatly influenced homeostatic regulation – i.e. balance of nature, where clearly, nature's capacity to support man’s existence has plummeted with the release of obnoxious chemicals into the environment. It is pertinent to note that all species, while evolving and adapting to the demands of their habitats or modernization exigencies, changes dramatically, subjecting the ecologies, which happen to be the fabric of life to the dynamic swirl of physical forces and of rapid decline of species diversity. If we continue to lose large and vital portions of the natural world to extinction of species and other criticalities, we humans would be able to cope, but plants and animals may not be able to adapt to most of these changes, and as a result may die and become extinct, resulting in a break in food chain. A considerable attempt has been made through this book to explicitly cover these emerging concerns or topics, in a consolidated form which will provide effective understanding of environmental problems currently being faced in different world regions and perhaps not just to give the reader a fair knowledge about the huge role the ecology has in the survival of species and existence of man, but to provide the extent to which the state of dynamic equilibrium from nature will deprive the generations yet unborn the right to clean and healthy environment and harmony with nature.
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