The Importance Of Global Warming And Climate Change

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Global warming is connected with the rises of greenhouse gases on the ozone layer which cause the thinning of the layer. Ozone acts by absorbing the ultraviolet rays from the sun which prevent the earth from overheating. The increasing amount of carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) causes the rise of global climatic change. The actions that have been done recently in overcoming the emission of CFC however cannot ensure the full recovery of the ozone layer due to the past emission which still continue to the thinning of the ozone layer. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has received more than 150 states participant in 1992, with focusing on reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide. Other than that, the Kyoto Protocol …show more content…
Climate change affects the human security in the context of spreading a diseases and other conflicts such as lack of food and water supply. Other than that, the migration of people happens because of the issues over climate change. The paper also argues on how the climate change would affects the human security. In the context of food supply, climate change and global warming causes natural resources scarcity which affects the security of the …show more content…
Haijon, Dayang, Zuraidah and Liu (2014) stated that sustainable development is the exploitation of the resources from the forests. For example, the logging activities and agricultural plantation. The activities can boost the economic level of a state. Next, United Nations (2017) stated that sustainable development should be protected under the Goal 13 of Sustainable Development Goals (Climate action) which urge the action to combat climate change and its impacts. I will use the sustainable development definition by Griffiths and O’Callaghan because it related with my topic. The three (3) elements of sustainable development suits with my deforestation topic. As the World Commission on Environment and Development as cited in Griffiths and O’Callaghan (2002), defined sustainable development as “which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (p. 305). One of the factors of deforestation is the natural resources where people tend to obtain and gain profit from the illegal logging

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