Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : global warming

Climate Imbalance: Science and Impacts

Dr. Durgesh Wadhwa

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 954-962

This work presents a recent study of environment, climate and climate change climate imbalance. When conducting this exercise, the actuarial profession must be aware of the fact that there are different views on the nature and extent of the risks even within the climate change science community, and the profession should be aware of these different views. Average temperature increase is just one predictor of wider changes that also turn into extreme temperatures, drought, floods, hurricanes, rising sea levels, food production impacts, and infectious diseases. This work provides some insight to these concerns, explaining some of the current and future risks involved, the potential impacts of these risks, and the efforts being made around the world to reduce these risks. Empowered by broader exposure to this information, actuaries can use their skills to measure these risks and provide advice to the different audiences that help to improve society as a whole's well-being. Failure to provide advice on these risks by the actuarial profession could harm its reputation.

Relevance Of Environmental Ethics And The Need Of An Environmental Medicine To Encounter Potential Health Issues

Dipu Basumatary

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3949-3955

This present paper will mainly focus on the relevance and practical implication of the study of environmental ethics and it will also exhibit how humans must realize the value of the environment and its sustainability and along with that it will also focus on how the potential adverse health effects of environmental factors are generally well recognized by the medical community but not always well understood. In its broadest sense, the environment is at least partially responsible for all diseases except those determined solely by genetics and includes such factors as housing, nutrition, socioeconomic status, and lifestyle. As a branch of ethics, environmental ethics deals with the study of normative issues and principles relating to human interactions with the natural environment. It comprises an increasingly significant field of applied ethics, crucial for the guidance of individuals, corporations and governments in shaping the principles affecting their lifestyles, their actions and their policies across the entire range of environmental issues. It is very easy for all of us to carry out our duties and responsibility properly that may lead to sustainable development which we could hope for a healthy environment for our future generations. Its scope includes the interpretation and application of the precautionary principle, policies of sustainable development, grounds and policies for biodiversity preservation and the nature and basis of obligations to assist adaptation to global warming and to mitigate the anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions widely recognized to constitute one of its principal sources. It is a sole purpose of environmental ethics to make us realize about the indiscriminate and destructive human activities are welcoming threat to our environment.

Environmental Awareness In The Twenty- First Century

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4613-4620

The most dangerous likelihood of the present century is the speedy
downgrading of the quality of our environment. Our universe exists in the environment.
There will be the destruction of Earth and the Universe if there is any change in the
environment. The disasters done by the past generation are what the present generation is
facing. Resources of non-renewable energy are diminishing, and making use of the same
is getting harmful. The government is making arrangements for disposing of renewable
resources and justifiable development along with education of safeguarding the
environment. Every citizen should be made aware and responsible for safeguarding our
natural environment. Education is the best way to make everyone understand the
importance of sensitivity and responsiveness concerning Environmental awareness. A total
of 167 people were surveyed, with 54.49 percent of men and 45.51 percent of women, using
a standard questionnaire with a five-point interval scale. The survey's results were
calculated using the mean and the t-test. As a result of the findings, it was discovered that
education plays a critical role in raising public consciousness about environmental
education in the twenty-first century.