The word ‘ecology’ comes from the Greek word for “ecology”, which meant the body of knowledge about plants and animals that had been accumulated over many generations.
The term ‘ecosystem’ is also derived from the word for ‘life’.
So when we talk about the health of our bodies and environment, it’s often referring to how we live in a particular ecological setting.
This is why some scientists and ethicists have argued that the health and well-being of our species is most important, because it’s the basis for the survival of our own species.
In fact, this is what has been known for millennia: we live for our own good.
As the planet becomes more ecologically diverse, our health and wellbeing will be affected, says Barbara Hagerty, a professor of environmental medicine at the University of California, Davis, who is one of the world’s foremost experts on the health effects of global warming.
“This is the most important issue, in terms of health, in our lifetime,” she told Business Insider.
Hagerty is not alone in this view.
Her colleague John Hays, also at UC Davis, argues that “ecological sustainability is a very important topic, but is not the only issue to focus on.”
Hays told Business Week that climate change and rising temperatures are “not the only thing that affects our health.
We have other issues that are affecting our health that are related to our ability to produce food.”
Hagerson, Hays and Hagery are among a growing number of scientists and activists who are calling for a new paradigm of sustainability.
It is a view that has gained momentum in recent years.
For example, at the annual meeting of the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in Orlando in April, climate change activists from around the world called for a shift from fossil fuel use to “eco-sustainable” farming.
In April, the American Association of Environmental Medicine released a report that calls for a “global rethink” of the health impacts of climate change, which includes how our food supply and the environment will be impacted in the future.
It recommends that countries develop strategies to “make sustainable, sustainable agriculture a priority,” and recommends “a global, multidisciplinary approach to sustainable food production.”
The new movement is also attracting attention from academics.
Scientists at UC Berkeley have been studying the health impact of greenhouse gas emissions for several years, but this is the first time they have studied the impacts of a carbon dioxide-based carbon capture and storage system.
When the system is used to capture CO2, the CO2 is taken out of the atmosphere and sent back into the atmosphere where it can be used to make energy.
The system was originally developed to capture natural gas but now researchers are studying the potential of using the technology to capture carbon dioxide from power plants.
At the same time, the University at Buffalo has been studying CO2 sequestration, which is how the system uses CO2 to make electricity.
The researchers are trying to understand the health consequences of this.
So why do we need a new, ecologically sustainable paradigm?
Hagerity says that “our species is going to be impacted more by CO2 emissions than any other environmental risk.”
“The question is, how do we take the best of all available information, the best available data, and integrate it into a holistic, sustainable framework that is going all the way to the level of ecology,” she said.
According to Hagert, the health-related impacts of CO2 are complex and are largely influenced by the size and composition of plants, the climate and the chemistry of the environment.
But, she points out, there are some “core environmental benefits that are much more fundamental, and will continue to affect our health in many ways, from our health to our health as a species, our capacity to adapt to changing environmental conditions, our ability for species to adapt, to create new kinds of habitats.”
She also believes that “environmental factors are very important in our health” and that we need to pay attention to “the environmental impacts of our actions, our choices, our behaviors and how we use resources.”
These factors include food, air and water, she says, and also how we interact with the environment in order to protect ourselves from harmful chemicals, diseases and pollution.
Hagerts research shows that, in many areas, people are already paying more attention to environmental issues, such as air quality, and have a greater appreciation for the health benefits of plants and ecosystems.
And the fact that so many of the people who are affected by climate change are people of color, she notes, makes the health implications of climate and climate change a more pressing issue for people of colour.
Some of these people are doing their own research to understand how climate change is affecting their