Benito Maina (Tigithi)

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
WILDLIFE DISEASES Wildlife,domestic animals and humans share a large and increasing number of , known as zoonoses. The continued globalization of society, human population growth , and associated landscape changes further enhances the interface between wildlife, domestic animals, and humans, thereby facilitating additional infectious diseases emergence. The wildlife component of this triad has received inadequate focus in the past to effectively protect human health as evidenced by such...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Animal Population Decrease Depopulation refers to the destruction of large numbers of animals in response to a public health or animal health emergency. Wildlife refers to all the plant and animal species that survive in natural, wild areas throughout the world. Humans use plants and animals for nearly every facet of daily life. Food, clothing, medicine, souvenirs, pets, and building supplies are just some of the uses that have led people to rely on wildlife. Humans fulfill these needs by...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Threats to wildlife Threatening processes are practices that are reducing or will reduce the biodiversity and ecological integrity of a regional ecosystem and its wildlife. Processes that are threats to wildlife include: a.Marine pests There are a number of non-native marine pests (reported in Australian waters most of which were introduced accidentally by shipping and aquaculture activities. Some, including several crabs, mussels, sea stars and seaweeds have been found to have a significant...Read More...
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A forest is a large area dominated by trees,they are said to be the lungs of the earth. They play a very important economic and ecological roles.Their products are equally important,one of the uses of forest is: ♦ Wildlife conservation:Forest provide suitable habitats for wild animals.Several game parks sand reserves have been established within the forested areas.Preservation and conservation of the environment,especially water catchment areas.Forest preserve moisture and maintain the...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Companies Doing The Best To stop Desertification Hi butterfly? The Uk global canopy program has launched the forest 500,a ranking of how effectively companies and organizations are working to stop global deforestation. Stopping deforestation has been identified as one of the cheapest and most effective means of lighting our current climate change trajectory,however the issue is made complicated by a number of factors such as the global demand for tropical products as well as illegal...Read More...
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WILD LIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Solutions to Deforestation Drought, deforestation and climate change. All of these contribute to the extreme global issue known as desertification. According to the environmental campaign Clean Up the World, desertification is the degradation of land in dry-lands, which affects all continents except Antarctica. Approximately half of the people worldwide who live below the poverty line live in affected areas. Ending deforestation is our best chance to conserve wildlife and defend the rights...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
LAND SLASHING AND CLEARING FACTOR AFFECTING WILDLIFE. Land clearing describes the removal of native vegetation and deforestation. Native plants and animals are integral to the success of our society. We depend on wildlife to pollinate many of our crops. Most of our cities depend on effective water catchments to provide clean water. And medical scientists are making important breakthroughs in managing disease and health issues based on discoveries in nature. The mental benefits of a “dose of...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION.

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
''For i, as an individual propose that animals are not ours to eat,to experiment on,to act as an entertainment or abuse in any other way but they are there to make life/world beautiful for they are as precious gold which should be cared for'' As people have rights regardless of their, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status,including the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and...Read More...
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WILDLIFE

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION Like forests, wildlife is also a national resource, which not only helps in maintaining the ecological balance but is also beneficial from economic points of view. There was a time when human interference was minimum the number of wild animals was quite high and there was no problem of their protection or conservation. But, with the expansion of agriculture, settlement, industrial and other developmental activities and mainly due to greed of man, the number of wild...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
♦ (A) THREATS OF POLLUTION TO WILDLIFE: Human activities contaminate ecosystem around the world from every corner,from the highest mountains to the ocean smiles away from land.Even excess noise and light are interrupting natural patterns and distributing the lives of animal. WATER POLLUTION Clean freshwater is an essential ingredient for a healthy human life, but 1.1 billion people lack access to water and 2.4 billion don’t have adequate sanitation. Water becomes polluted from toxic...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION.

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICT: This refers to the interaction between wild animals and people and the resultant negative impact on people or their resources, or wild animals or their habitat. It occurs when growing human populations overlap with established wildlife territory, creating reduction of resources or life to some people or wild animals. The conflict takes many forms ranging from loss of life or injury to humans, and animals both wild and domesticated, to competition for scarce resources...Read More...
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Wildlife is a precious gift of God to this planet, it creates an irresistible sight for the discerning tourist musn't miss.Its beauty is just wonderful and precious as it is part of our life .It creates a good image in our environment,that creates ones country or the whole world with a conducive place to live in and look up at some animal species and also plants. Having wildlife in our presence ,it's like having a treasure worth of billions and billions of money,a treasure which cannot be...Read More...
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Deforestation and climate change Deforestation is considered to be one of the contributing factors to global climate change.No. 1 problem caused by deforestation is the impact on the global carbon cycle. Gas molecules that absorb thermal infrared radiation are called greenhouse gases. If greenhouse gases are in large enough quantity, they can force climate change. While oxygen is the second most abundant gas in our atmosphere, it does not absorb thermal infrared radiation, as greenhouse...Read More...
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Deforestation and climate change Deforestation is considered to be one of the contributing factors to global climate change.No. 1 problem caused by deforestation is the impact on the global carbon cycle. Gas molecules that absorb thermal infrared radiation are called greenhouse gases. If greenhouse gases are in large enough quantity, they can force climate change. While oxygen is the second most abundant gas in our atmosphere, it does not absorb thermal infrared radiation, as greenhouse...Read More...
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Deforestation

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Hi everyone,deforestation:comprises of a growing world with the world growing at a pace hard to match,the increasing need for space is turning out to be an area of concern.with desperate need for land for agricultural,industrial and most importantly urban needs to contain cities and their growing population,a direct action that we have come to recognize as "Deforestation" occurs.deforestation in a simple term means the felling and clearing of forest cover or tree plantation in order to...Read More...
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