Climate change is showing its worst face in every corner of the world. From ruthless wildfires in Amazon to sabotaging floods in Pakistan, climate change is taking the worst shape. Not to mention that the extremely cold climate in Europe is adding to climate change. Therefore, leaders across the world have come to a unanimous agreement that climate change is more serious than financial crises. That is why political leaders are meeting in Montreal to discuss the initiatives that can be taken to prevent the planet earth.
There is no doubt about the fact that the world is on the verge of recession, a gruesome financial crisis. As inflation is breaking all records and is an all-time high, a looming recession awaits us ahead. Of course, it should be addressed.
But world leaders are of the belief that there is more critical crisis that needs to be addressed: Climate change. Therefore, world leaders are taking more effective initiatives to cope with climate change. They are urging individuals and private organizations to take practical steps.
Starting with the U.K., the country is offering practical help to locals. With the funds provided by the U.K. government, locals can grow trees and play their role in coping with climate change. However, the government is asking its netizens to be “more mindful” of climate change.
What is Biodiversity & Why is it So Important?
In its truest sense, biodiversity refers to the diverse nature of the universe. An easy way of understanding the term biodiversity – which has become the talk of the town nowadays – is to look around and appreciate the world around us. Look at mother nature and the way it is designed. You will figure out that the universe is ‘diverse’ by nature. There are millions of species, plants, and numberless things that work in sync with each other. Look deeply and you will see that all these components of mother nature can stand alone. Instead, they rely on one another to exist on the planet.
So, the reason why world leaders are giving so much attention to biodiversity is that climate change is playing tricks on us. We are sabotaging natural habitat, and mother nature is reacting furiously. Think of deforestation and urbanization.
We are sabotaging wildlife habitats through deforestation. As science advances, we are more prone to urbanization. As a result, soil erosion, floods, natural hazards and calamities, and harsh climates haunt us.
World leaders are pristinely clear now that the harsh climate in Europe and natural calamities across the world are because of climate change. And it can only be addressed through biodiversity. By appreciating the world around us and respecting mother nature.