In a post-crisis world, biodiversity is increasingly threatened by overfishing, pollution and other threats.
For some, it’s a distant future.
But in the world of ecology, it is a reality today.
Here are 10 ways to protect your biosphere from the worst of these threats.
Be Ready to Pay for It.
Many ecosystems depend on pollinating insects for food, so it’s not surprising that the natural world needs help from humans to survive.
But pollinators need to be able to survive in a warming world, and that means keeping insects alive and fed, as well as caring for them and the plants and animals around them.
When a lot of pollinators go extinct, or even disappear altogether, the environment is in dire straits.
That means that pollinators must be able for the most part to thrive in a new environment, even if that environment has become more dangerous.
Keep Plants Alive.
As with other species, plants can get hit with climate change.
That’s because plant life is an important component of the ecosystem.
When plants die, they can be replaced by other plants that require the same resources.
When those plants become scarce, plants that depend on them, like trees and shrubs, can go extinct.
When that happens, the ecosystem can become a bit like a “waste land” with a limited number of trees and other plant life.
Consider a Natural Gasification Plan.
Some ecologists argue that natural gasification is the only viable way to reduce CO2 emissions in the short term, but that won’t work if CO2 is increasing in the atmosphere.
This is because natural gas is a greenhouse gas, and as CO2 increases, it also expands the planet’s oceans.
If gasification of the oceans is successful, it could provide enough CO2 to prevent the global warming that is already happening.
Find a Sustainable Future.
Some of the best ways to reduce carbon emissions are to reduce the amount of energy that we use, and to move toward a more sustainable future.
One way to do that is to build a more efficient system for energy generation.
In particular, a lot is being done to improve efficiency in our electricity grids.
Another way to create a more resilient and sustainable system is to make more efficient use of land, water and energy resources.
Reduce the Number of Humans in the World.
Some countries have set limits on how many people they will allow into their country.
If the number of people in a given country increases by 1 percent, that country can no longer support itself.
A more sustainable way to control human numbers is to use technology to reduce human populations.
For example, the United Nations is promoting “smart cities” and “smart agriculture” to reduce population growth.
In some countries, the number for each individual in a city is limited.
But a more humane solution to the problem is to provide more places for each person in the country.
Reduce CO2 Emissions in Agriculture.
It’s not clear how much the use of agricultural chemicals and fertilizers will reduce the overall amount of CO2 in the air and water.
But if we don’t do anything about the emissions from farming, the air pollution and food and water pollution that are already happening will increase.
This could lead to an even more damaging climate change, and it’s good to know that we can help reduce that pollution.
Reduce Population Growth.
Some experts believe that population growth is a major contributor to the increase in CO2 that is occurring in the climate system.
However, a number of studies show that population is a much more important contributor to climate change than CO2.
To reduce population, we need to work with people to have more children and families.
This can be done by increasing the size of families, reducing the number that are born each year, reducing fertility and having fewer children.
Increase the Amount of Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
Some scientists argue that increasing greenhouse gas emissions could have a positive impact on the climate.
However for the moment, it seems that this would take too long to have an effect, and if it were to do so, it would probably have a negative effect.
That would mean we would have to have a very rapid increase in emissions before it would have an impact on our climate.
Instead, scientists are proposing to build in “carbon sinks” in the energy sector, like biofuels, which could be used to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and improve the environment.
Reduce Fossil Fuel Use.
Fossil fuels, like oil and coal, are the major source of carbon emissions in our atmosphere.
However there are many other sources of carbon that are also important.
These include land use change and urbanization.
For instance, in many developed countries, buildings and roads are still being built on the land, but many of them are also being used for other purposes.
For these reasons, we can reduce our carbon emissions while still