Climate and Global Changes

Track 12: Climate and Global Changes 

Climate change is a major threat to biodiversity. Energy which is a major part of Biodiversity usually defined as the ability to do work. An energy system may be thought of as an interrelated network of Biodiversity and stores of energy, connected by transmission and distribution of that energy to where it is needed. The transformation from stores of energy in food to work and subsequent dissipation of energy is an example of such a system. It is now widely recognized that biodiversity and climate change are interconnected. Biodiversity is affected by climate change, with negative consequences for human well-being, but biodiversity, through the ecosystem services it supports, also makes an important contribution to both climate change mitigation and adaptation. Conserving natural terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems and restoring degraded ecosystems (including their genetic and species diversity) is essential for the overall goals of both the Convention on Biological Diversity and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change because ecosystems play a key role in the global carbon cycleand in adapting to climate change, while also providing a wide range of ecosystem services that are essential for human well-being and the achievement of  the Millennium Development Goals

  • Global Environmental Issues
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Disasters and their Management
  • Conservation of Natural Resources
  • Environmental Monitoring Analysis

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