Mohammed Mahafuzur Rahman


Climate change and environmental degradation have been considered global issues apart from being graded as emerging issues. Climate change is a significant trend because of the adverse conditions witnessed already, and the implications likely to result when the situation is not addressed. The main causes of climate change and environmental degradation are human activities such as burning fossils, deforestation, and human settlement. The decline of the environment has led to national and international security risks as it is linked to food shortages, climate change calamities such as floods or famine, drought, loss of lives, soil erosion, and crop failure due to limited water resources. Countries have had to come together to find lasting solutions to climate change and the decline of the environment as it has raised concern across the world. Besides, there have been solutions that have been agreed by researchers that would minimize the risks of climate change and the decline of the environment, such as afforestation, avoiding the use of plastics, and recycling of waste products. Therefore, environmentally friendly activities have been encouraged in countries across the globe.


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