Sustainable Biological Life instead of Sustainable Development

It can be inferred on the basis of the evidence that such energetic and significant processes have occurred on our closed Planet since the emergence of the first living unit, quite different from the initial ones of its abiotic physical existence. The changes became more intense after the formation of the first human-like beings. The
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Since they act as a reservoir or sink of gases, the peatland ecosystem plays an important role in global climate change. Particularly in relation to climate change, there are many factors that affect the environmental impact of peatlands. Biological and chemical factors that can impact peatland ecosystems are the main influences. The biodiversity of peatlands
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The majority of terrestrial magnetism models aim to explain why the Earth’s main magnetic field at the poles is of the order of 1 Oe. Such a suggestion about the fundamental issue of models of terrestrial magnetism today is unreasonable. Space flights and the development of astronomy show that the magnetic moments of all the
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Objectives: In the face of the COVID 19 pandemic, to classify health issues associated with such working conditions in Enugu. Research Design: Descriptive design of the cross-sectional sample was used to observe the occurrences in the study area for employees. Place and Period of the Study: The study was conducted between May 2020 and August
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Water shortages are faced by communities in the Sekyere South District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana since most of the current water supply systems are predominantly dependent on ephemeral surface water supplies that are fed by rainfall but not distributed uniformly throughout the year. The hydrogeology of the Basin Granitoids has been evaluated using
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For the preparation of geoelectric sections along four cross sections, the findings from the 2-D interpretation of the VES data were used. The interpreted results showed that three to five layers of geoelectric sections consist of: top soil, laterite, lateritic clay, weathered layer and fresh basement. For the top soil, the resistivity value and subsurface
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The recording of ecological change over time is a key challenge of contemporary ecology. The most diverse and complex of marine environments are coral reefs. In addition, coral reefs worldwide are suffering a serious decline due to the detrimental synergistic effects of global climate change, ocean acidification and seawater warming, intensified by anthropogenic eutrophication and
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Chile has been suffering from a number of natural disasters over the past decade. Via natural disasters that have occurred in Chile over the past ten years, it is demonstrated how observations gained by various currently available Remote Sensing sensors have been successfully used on many occasions. The examples given in this article are based
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In order to reduce the detrimental effects of human-forced climate change, leaders of Judaism, Christianity and Islam have openly urged intervention. Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Pope Francis, and Patriarch Bartholomew were especially prominent prior to, during, and after the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. A party of
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Under low matric suction ranges and various stress conditions, this analysis aims to examine the soil water characteristic curve of an unsaturated soil. For the design of geotechnical and geo-environmental structures such as road pavements, foundations, and ground dams, accurate assessment of unsaturated soil properties is important. One of the main characteristics of unsaturated soil
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