THE NEXT WAR WILL BE FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE

Some people are discussing petty issues but climate change that affects food aviability and species diversity inst a joke. Climate change leads to declining wildlife populations. Preserving species is an important concern for human populations. Wildlife drives economies around the world. About 15 percent of the world’s population is dependent on wildlife in order to survive. For the extremely poor and the bushmen and women meat from animals is the main source of protein. When climate change disrupts wildlife, there is an overwhelming impact on those who rely on it for economic and social purposes.
People might not know but Climate change triggers conflicts. climate change causes unrest between people who are competing for food and resources. It can lead to groups such as Boko Haram, the Lord’s Resistance Army and Janjaweed, exploiting declining species through poaching. It can also lead to other conflicts such as piracy and illegal trade therefore for those who like peace forget about it with such issues on table.
The other issue is that Production becomes less predictable. Many farmers in developing countries depend on rainfall for their crops. In some areas of the world, rainfall has decreased due to climate change, and thus crops have failed. In other regions, climate change has caused the rainy season to change, which means farmers are planting their crops too early or too late and thus missing the most rainfall the reason crop failure and animal failure is high leaving dying populations.
So if we can’t know when to produce then Supplies to markets may not be predictable. As production levels decrease, the market supply also falls. This affects prices for crops and livestock that consume those crops
The women activists should also know that there are greater risks to those less able to be sustainable Women are often at risk because they tend to be the least educated, own fewer assets and are not as wealthy. When storms destroy livelihoods, crops and homes, people with a higher education and thus more assets and capabilities, can often cope more quickly with the devastating impact.
Lastly traditional agriculture is dying out. In many developing countries and regions, farmers depend entirely on their livestock for sustenance. Farmers are unfortunately losing their animals to droughts and diseases that have come about due to climate change. Unpredictable rainfall patterns also make it problematic. This way of life is becoming more difficult to sustain a living. Therefore its important that we start fighting this war before it’s too late it’s a noble war to fight than fighting a jihad for a religion. This war is holly you can take it serious now or it will sweep you for its unstoppable.

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