Oceans cover over 70 percent of the planet’s surface, and account for 97% of its water supply. The oceans are a vital lifeline to billions of people, as they regulate rainfall and droughts, absorb CO2 and hold water supplies. They also support important ecosystems and provide a rich source of food and marine resources. There […]Continue readingMore Tag
Conservation Tips For the 21st Century
Wildlife is the natural world, including animals, plants and their habitats. Wild animals can be found in all ecosystems, including deserts, grasslands, forests and urban areas. Species and ecosystems of wildlife are at risk from habitat destruction, degradation, overexploitation, poaching, pollution and climate change. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) estimates that 42,100 […]Continue readingMore Tag
What is Climate Change?
Climate change refers to a variety of changes in weather and ocean patterns that have been observed since the start of the industrial age. These changes are a result of a global increase in the concentrations of greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2), in the atmosphere. The warming trend is causing many effects that affect […]Continue readingMore Tag
The Importance of the Ocean
The Ocean is Earth’s largest reservoir of fresh water and a vital part of the planet’s ecosystem. A healthy ocean regulates climate and reduces impacts of global warming. It also provides billions of people with food, including fish and other seafood. The world’s oceans cover about 71% of the surface of our planet. They contain […]Continue readingMore Tag
The Essential Role of the Oceans in the Ecosystem
Oceans are huge bodies of water that cover nearly 70% of the Earth’s surface. They are an essential part of the world’s ecosystem, sustaining life and supporting many human activities. They play an important role in the carbon cycle and in global climate regulation. The ocean is a major source of drinking water and food […]Continue readingMore Tag
The Effects of Climate Change
The climate system is a complex system, influenced by solar energy and other natural processes, but it’s also affected by changes humans make to the planet. The main change human activities have caused is the addition of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide absorb heat from the […]Continue readingMore Tag
The Ocean and Its Limits
The Ocean is one of the most important parts of the Earth. It is the largest body of water on our planet and has a large impact on weather, climate, food supply, and many other aspects of life. It is also one of the most mysterious parts of our world. It has been estimated that […]Continue readingMore Tag
How Wildlife Is Managed and Conserved
Wildlife is the study and conservation of animals, plants and other organisms that live in the natural world. It also includes the management of those animals and their habitats. Wild animals are a vital part of nature and have played an important role in human history. They provide food, clothing, shelter and other goods. They […]Continue readingMore Tag
How Does Climate Change Affect Us?
Climate Change is a complex issue that affects all aspects of Earth’s life, from the weather to our food, water, energy, transportation, agriculture, ecosystems and human health. It is caused by a combination of emissions from fossil fuels and other industrial activities, changes in the oceans and land surfaces, and other factors that are in […]Continue readingMore Tag
What Is the Ocean?
Throughout its long history, the ocean has provided Earth with numerous services, including climate regulation, trade and transport, and food production. In addition, the ocean provides an important habitat for a variety of animal species. The ocean, a body of salt water, spans about 71 percent of Earth’s surface and is called the “world ocean” […]Continue readingMore Tag