Climate Change And Its Impact On The Environment Essay

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(According to UNDESA,) In 2050 9.6 billion people will have to share the earth’s resources. In order to live in harmony with nature, the society have to urgently behave and consume differently, by moving from a consumer society to a sustainable society with a real green culture, by favouring environment instead of profit, by undertaking projects and providing equitable resources for a growing global population.

Mc Cracken argued in 1987 that ‘People are purchasing and consuming goods in excess of their basic needs as old as Romans and Egyptians civilisations’. It has continued through centuries even speeded up during and after the industrial revolution. Nowadays humans need 1.5 earths to provide the ecological services currently used, however this is not sustainable anymore. Indeed our planet has been too damaged in terms of climate change, biodiversity, chemical pollution and loss of species to support it any longer.
In order to save our planet, governments, NGO’s, companies and humans have to work together and act before the point of no return. It is time to react and consider nature as a real stakeholder, investment and technology has to be used in favour of the environment rather than profit. Living planet Report 2014 highlight the need of changes, to set environment management strategy, to bring projects all around the world and also provide solution at businesses, societies and individuals levels.
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