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Growing Forests That Co-benefit Climate Change, People And Biodiversity Face To Extinction In Rivers, Lakes And Ocean This 21st Century? | 18471
ISSN: 2155-9910

Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Growing forests that co-benefit climate change, people and biodiversity face to extinction in rivers, lakes and ocean this 21st century?

2nd International Conference on Oceanography

Emmanuel Kambale Shabantu

Accepted Abstracts: J Marine Sci Res Dev

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9910.S1.008

Abstract
Until recently the marine biology living in different biotopes in the Virunga national park was found in an almost unbroken arc despite its important. Our efforts are towards solving the world?s most critical, which in nature conservation and sustainable development. Having been a field research for more than six years now, I?ve easily understand the enormous challenges which rivers, lakes and ocean are going through, and even the risks we are being exposed to in the discharge of our duties. Today, over hunting for the bushmeat trade through war and mortality, disease, have massively reduced their numbers and raised fears for the future of the specie?s ecology. The different movements of army groups, forest lost, first noted in Virunga Park in 1990, have had catastrophic ecological impacts on biodiversity in the region that still affecting negatively our river, lake with direct effect ecology. This connection of forest-river-lake-ocean, need urgent action. However, with zeal, determination, courage, we can see us winning the war against, logging, deforestation, species extinction, genetic erosion, poaching, global warming/Climate change and many other human-induced environmental challenges. Around one-third of the hippopotamus protected areas have been lost to hunting and if spread of the disease continues (zoo nose) we could see declines of almost fifty per cent across the region, this has an impact on marine species which use dung as food. Ocean are also especially vulnerable to human activities, the world?s oceans are full to bursting with plastics, diseases and with habitat fragmentation and increase people density. This entire are among cause of the climate change which cause the diminution, the threatened and reduction of natural resources which is a very big problem this 21st century. We need energy strategy for the future-an all-of-the-above of the strategy for the 21st century that develops every source of American-made energy (Obama B., 2012). We have to reduce producing of all the rubbish, and then means by changing our thinking and consumer habitats. Humanity has to pay attention and implicate every one in the cause with a particularly attention to low level of our society. Develop human?s passion to save our planet, and endeavors to improve our abilities as humans to make a positive impact on ecosystems. Education is the most powerful weapon of changing the world (Mandela, N., 1992). Human must wake up in order to stop the destruction of our very remote paradises which is being overwhelmed by rubbish from the industrialized world where we get everything from nature. Fragile arid and semi-arid ecosystems are in urgent need of integrated, effective, and safe water resources conservation approaches that can prevent and reduce the widespread degradation (Coen, R). Marine species may know an earthquake coming (Volcano, seismic activity, Tsunami) rocks stressed by active fault lines release various particular in to the groundwater which animal but not human may be able to sense. As the forests have been opened up, particularly by logging, access to previously remote forest for commercial hunting has bad significant impact on marine ecosystems including the wildlife. Although (Balloons, albatrosses, turtles, fishes, bats, birds, primates) and other rare species will likely always have been threatened for different reasons, the growing trade is unsustainable today meat is found not just in cities but in markets across the region. Unfortunately, oceans in common with other natural habitats have a very important and therefore are very vulnerable to the effects of over-hunting and disease, so the capacity for their populations to recover is limited. The trees planting remain one of the necessary projects to save our water sources by increased safety because of creeping desertification around the world affect more than 250 million people (Eric, V). We have to put plan in action. It is urgent to include those working directly in conservation, people with a background in business, politics, and those who keep the cause of wildlife close to their hearts. Some conservation leaders working to protect biodiversity often face to extraordinary challenges due to isolation and limitations in training and resources or they region still critically important for conserving the world?s ecosystems. Despite the effort of developing diversity strategies of few technicians, many important hotspot species are severely threatened of crucial roots from deforestation, mining and other form of disturbance. The loss of important water resources marine biodiversity from many areas and expose them to extinction.
Biography
Emmanuel Kambale Shabantu has completed the bachelor?s degree in biology, Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management at Tayna Center for Conservation Biology, University of Conservation and Development in Eastern of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, TCCB/UCNDK. He is a Project Manager and Founder of Conservationists on Call for Environmental Service, a non-profit organization based in DRC. He has published more than 5 articles on primatology field research and others for sustainable wastes management for avoiding the water unsustainable use for coming up alternative strategies for the use and protection of these vulnerable resources of fresh water.
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