The Solutions To Protect Our Environment 


‘Connected by Oceans’. A three word metaphor that has a hundred word meaning. If we unite together, there is nothing that exists on the face of this Earth that can stop us. If we join and collaborate together, leaving all our grudges and hatred behind and come together, nothing will be impossible. As the word itself says ‘I’M POSSIBLE’. Just like there is a famous saying, ‘United we Stand, Divided we Fall’.

There are countless environmental problems damaging the future of our generations. We have to act together in order to save the future generations from consequences of our actions today. We have to save the environment together as one, keeping it as the only objective in mind.

Tasks and Challenges of the Global Environmental Crisis

What environmental problems and solutions are important to study and analyze. One main problem is today’s pollution by vehicles, specially the old ones, which emit the most carbon dioxide from it and pollute the air. The solution for this problem is that we can avoid driving our own vehicles and instead, take public transport. This would be helpful in two ways, one that there would be less traffic on roads and second, there would be less pollution. We can also let our children take school bus instead of driving them to school by our own car. And if taking public transport seems a little difficult for one to cope with, remember, ‘there is always another way round’. This means, that if we cannot take public transport, we can use hybrid vehicles which  is a better solution for the fuel crisis to come. Hybrid vehicles are basically advanced vehicles that at the day, absorb solar radiation from the Sun and use it to power up the vehicle. At the night, these vehicles use the stored solar power to run. It helps us in two ways, one that as it uses solar radiation to run so it does not require petrol. Hence saving money because petrol prices today are touching the sky. Second, that it does not emit harmful gases into the environment. Therefore avoiding air pollution.

We can likewise reuse junk by separating the waste into recyclable and non-recyclable. Around the world, junk is divided into 3 canisters: blue container for recyclable waste, dark coloured container for kitchen and garden waste, and green or dim container for non-recyclable waste. Another profitable thing we can do, is that we can plant trees and join the Greenpeace community. We can become passionate in green development and take keen interest in their exercises. By doing this, we can increase the number of individuals who are mindful of the danger to life. These and different other ideas will help us to improve the current condition.

Environmental Pollution and Global Issues

Nature gave every one of us essential assets to live and thrive. Presently, it is in danger and needs our assistance. So we must join to ensure the place we live in. Individuals are a fundamental piece of nature, we are needy of it as we can not imagine our life without nature. So, why are we destroying our environment? We should stop deforestation and plant trees, especially where they have been chopped down. By chopping down trees, we deny the regular habitat of creatures and so the soil begins to grow in erosion. Planting trees will spare different creatures such as birds. Various environment essay topics can be obtained from digital libraries or educational resources.

Birds, the most loving creature that exist on this earth. Well, many people ask the question, that, what are birds actually for and how do they help us? Are they only to enhance the beauty of the nature? Well, the answer seems to be incomplete. As birds not only contribute to our environment through their beauty but also by using themselves to do something good. They are vital for the fact that they fertilise plants, scatter seeds, search remains, and reuse nutrients once more into the earth.

Considering their usefulness, we might now want them more and to be alive. But its sorry to say, that we are destroying millions of birds every second with the operation of our mobile. Yes, ‘mobile’, the most addictive habit that has ever happened to mankind. A great example of this is a film of ‘S.Shankar’ namely, “Robot 2.0”, which was solely dedicated to bird’s agony. In that film, it was shown that, as birds are powered by the aura of human beings, it releases negative energy. And the radiation from the antennae of such signal transmitters and auras of other living organisms are positively charged. While those of the dead are negatively charged, allowing the parabolic transmitters to repel the birds. As it enters the electromagnetic field produced by the transmitters, the radiation from the antennae neutralises the birds, and prevents it from reassembling.

So now, clearly, there are only two solutions, which are, that either we stop cellphone usage, or reduce it. First solution is impossible as in this 21st century, one can manage without food but not without a cellphone. So we have to reduce our cell phone usage, and, if not, we would be held liable for the death of these millions of birds. One thing we can do is by not providing cell phones to our children because if we, then this would increase cellphone usage and indirectly, more deaths of birds. We can also make birds life comfortable so that they can live more peacefully by, providing them with a source of water, which can be by setting up some clean water sources that birds can use for drinking and feeding. We can also plant local plants and trees. Local scene gives winged creatures cover, nourishment, and spots where they can construct their homes.

As it is mentioned above, that, improving our environment is not one man’s job, but of everyone’s. If we work together, we can improve our environment. If we unite, we can make our environment a much better place as it was back during Adam and Eve. So now, our work is to improve the environment and make this world a better place and lay it for the future generations to come and continue. And this is only possible if we believe in ‘Togetherness’,.

We can also use Commonwealth connections to improve our environment, that’s an important part. Since it social problems and the environment of our community.We can use it to bring up positive change in our environment. First of all, Commonwealth is basically an international organisation, comprising of United Kingdom and the states that were previously part of the British Empire. So the term ‘Commonwealth connections’ means that the countries which are part of this organisation, should help us. These countries, should unite together against a common problem. For example, there is a country, such as India, which is suffering from severe environmental issues. So the other Commonwealth countries can come together to help India. And even spread awareness to prevent the damage from this problem. In this way, Commonwealth connections can help to bring up a positive change. Also resources in this area are english essay on environment and other scientific papers issued by universities.


An important part of the conscious problem will be your reaction to this metarial, we advise you to write an essay about the environment in order to understand the complexity of our collective situation. The fundamental cause of ecological problem is in short, now people have to reconsider their views of life and promote healthy and ecologically friendly lifestyle. It is up to us to change the situation and leave good legacy for generations to come. As it is said, “The choices we make today will mould our future tomorrow.

You can make an analysis of any nature protection object in order to learn how to make an overview of the climate zone and other important aspects. For example you can do it like this:

The Mangrove Forest Research Center (Forest Research Institute) at Pagbilao has made a proposal for a mangrove rehabilitation programme on Alabat Island. Howes (1987) proposes management of suitable areas for replanting of mangrove species and prevention of further conversion to fish ponds. Future surveys are needed to determine the use of the Bay by migratory shorebirds.Marine fisheries (finfish and shellfish), aquaculture (fish and shrimp ponds), small-scale collection of mangrove products for the local market, quarrying of coral for construction materials, and hunting (shorebirds and monitor lizards). The surrounding areas are used for agriculture, mainly rice, vegetables and Cocos nucifera.

Possible changes in land use

Disturbances and threats:The main threats are the large-scale conversion of mangrove swamp into commercial culture ponds for milkfish and shrimps, and the indiscriminate cutting of mangrove trees for construction purposes, fuel and charcoal production. Other threats include over-fishing in the inshore zone by trawlers, fishing with dynamite on the coral reefs, uncontrolled cutting of Nypa fruticans for shingle production, and illegal hunting of shorebirds and lizards.

Economic and social values

The Bay supports an important fishery which provides a major source of food and income for the local community. The site is also important for fisheries research. The mangroves create an erosion barrier between coastal villages and the northeast monsoon.Fauna:An important staging area for migratory shorebirds and a feeding area for Ardeidae. Forest Research Institute personnel reported large numbers of shorebirds foraging on intertidal areas on the southeastern coast of Alabat Island in September 1986, along with 300 Bubulcus ibis, 200 Egretta garzetta and 200 E. alba. Howes (1987) found smaller numbers of Egretta spp and eight species of shorebirds at three sites in April 1987.Special floral values:Small pockets of accreting Avicennia marina mangrove provide an excellent example of this vegetation type in the Philippines.

Research and facilities

A government office, the Lamon Bay School of Fisheries, has been established at Lopez. Forest Research Institute personnel from the Mangrove Forest Research Center at Pagbilao conducted vegetation transects in the mangroves on the southwest side of Alabat Island in 1986, and the Forest Research Institute and Asian Wetland Bureau conducted wetland evaluation work with respect to shorebirds in 1986 and 1987 (Howes, 1987).