what has wild life done to you

by jasmine

Mooo-oove it!

Mooo-oove it!

If we all be active not using our cars to go every where we are one step closer for our world to be a better place. People hurt bees and cow when they do something for you like bees give you honey and cows give you milk but what do most of us do hurt them.

If we be active if we recycle and if we were to throw rubbish in the bin, properly, we would become so much closer from our world not having polluted landscapes.air.

Stop hurting wildlife please.

Barry's Response - the longer we go the more we realize that there are other ways of treating the habitats of our little universe. Let's get better at this. As you ask, Jasmine, what has wildlife done to you? We shall improve our ways of respecting wildlife. Thank you for your thoughts here, by the way.

As we continue to educate the inhabitants of all the countries of the world, we can expect their treatment of the environment to continually improve. Take Asia for instance. They have come a long way, and will only get better.

Nobody's perfect. We are just hoping that we can all move in that direction. Knowledge is key. Environmental sciences is key. Environmentally-sound practices will get us there. Bit by bit.

What are the benefits of studying environmental science, including meteorology?

Your concern for the world and human actions is admirable. The study of meteorology can help you understand the Earth's interconnected systems and how weather and climate affect our environment. Make a positive difference in the world by addressing the issues you care about with it.

Learn how pollution and greenhouse gas emissions affect weather patterns and climate change by studying meteorology. The science behind global warming and its implications for the planet, including the challenges bees face, will be explained.

The science of weather can also help us find sustainable solutions to climate change. Make a difference by contributing to research and efforts to understand and minimize human impact on the environment. You can become an advocate for eco-friendly practices and raise awareness about conserving resources, reducing carbon footprints, and protecting our ecosystems.

Atmospheric studies also provides a platform for interdisciplinary collaboration. You can gain a broader perspective on environmental issues by working with experts from different fields, like biology, ecology, and environmental science.

You can contribute meaningfully to the protection and preservation of our planet by studying meteorology. Become an agent of change, inspiring others to make sustainable choices and creating a brighter future for all.

Study science. Get a good education in the principles governing our physical world. Get a degree if you can. It will pay off in the long run. It will enable you to help the world even better than before. Good luck.

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