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Ecology price – climate change

Fatema Miah:

Our ecology is essential for our living; provides vegetation, photosynthesise carbondioxide into oxygen. Our Climate experts now have thought about to put a price on our ecology to compensate to the vaulnebles and those most effected.

Our ecology has come under threat, and there have been damages caused to our ecology diversity vastly  since our western modernised Industrialisation in the 18th century.  The west was blindly passionate of industrial convention and has been very proud of progressive industrial production.

The entire world made compelled to adopt to the new found industrial production. The so called progressive production began and instantly,  globalised and took off. It became the world’s turning point, known as progressive.

The industrialised history was  linked to British Empire as this happened in the mid Imperial era of the pick point of Imperial successive period, at the time of British Empire was rejoicing the fullest sun bathing Under the Imperial sky when the imperial sun was full beamed at its crown India.

There in India,  when they introduced, enforced the synthetic, industrial made fabric material, in replacement of Cotton (from Jute plantation), Indian people there, rose against it and did reject the synthetic fabric, though the poverty compelled them to accept the change.

In passion of inventory progressive methods, our inventors hadn’t thought about it’s negative effect on our earth.  The co2 carbon emission volume rose by 140 per cent since industrial revolution, 288ppm of volumes of gases released into the air from the industrial activities.

As a result of additional amount of co2 carbon emission in the air, it’s effecting our globe as climate change; changed weather condition and precipitation pattern, effecting sea coral and biodiversity and causing deforestation.

In the chain of effect, the crops land losing fertility , negative albedo caused and melting ice making sea level to rise, affecting water thermohaline and causing suffering to living being. The indigenous living in low level lands and coastal regions are the first, rapidly and continously  effected.

After all, eventually in the last decades, the issue came to attention, and alarmed to be alert. Political attention drawn to the subject and made the leaders to take responsibility to tackle the issue. Paris aggrenent implaced but damage is done and under developed regions are suffering.

There are action plans to prevent rapid damages, to restore the biodiversity, to minimise the co2 and to facilitate to increase the vegetation. The 1st world countries are larger accumulators of carbon emission therefore, they are to  compensate to 3rd word effected countries.

Question is how to calculate the value for ecology to make the compensation?  It’s not easy and simple task to work out the price of ecology (to pay for its loss, or damages) however, our biodiversity specialist groups have thought of a calculation of sum.

There are policy makers involved. The policy makers have looked at the calculation formula and found the formula agreeable to put in action. First of all, the volume of carbon emission needs to be converted its tons into litres then to calculate on the axis of x and y, litre by activities.

The suggested sum to be compensated by those adding to accumulations by participating in business and pleasure activities, that adds to emmission volume, and to be compensating to the non participating effected beings.

My concern was political leaders of effected regions likely to mishandle the compensation sum, so I have raised my concern.  As a collective suggestion, it is recommended and decided so far the sum to be allocated to the effected indivials, project, or communities directly.

The attempt is to work to restore the biodiversity, and to protect the reservoirs and rainforests that’s by ecologists under environmental team working with policy makers. Further  to encourage the farmers to try to keep ploughing crops and vegetation despite the weatheral damages incurs, in attempt to try the chances to keep up with sufficient amount for populations need.

Another factor our livestock comes in question.  (More about livestock next time).

Fatema Miah, Solihull, uk. fatemamiah@mail.com