Social and Environmental Developments That Would Change the Way People Live. BY neat-10007 Social and Environmental Developments That Would Change the Way People Live. It is no wonder that our world is going through drastic changes. These range from catastrophic environmental dilemmas to the social concerns in our own home backyard.
For the last three centuries, human have been pouring lethal compounds into the atmosphere and after thousands of years of human inception, they have introduced us to the phenomena of global warming, depletion of the Ozone layer, acid rain and dozens of sinister diseases bought about by the densely polluted air we breath. Back on the land, we face yet even greater peril because of humans. Since the start of the industrial revolution, we now encounter a diabolical human behavior such as the child abuse, social crimes and terrorism bought about by the progressive human development.
Therefore, we now need new social and environmental developments to change the way we live. A good beginning of this revolution could be bought about by changing our young generation, so they grow to be more canny ND shrewd to take over the affairs of the world. We need to make children’s entertainment more meaningful and develop such animations and cartoons which promote the better wellbeing of society. We need to display what would emphasize greater compassion and magnanimity among the young, cartoons that would alter the way children view this world. We need to continue this psychological development until we have procured our goal.
For teenagers we need not movies of villain and despots but more conducive would be to show entertainment that encourage rescuing the planet from the environmental hazards to redeem it to its original state. The adverse impact each one of us makes behavior on the environment is magnified by the billions of people living all over the world. Considering the capacious amount of space each one of us has on our house’s rooftop and the damage agriculture cause to the environment by detrimental pesticides and insecticides, it would be stupendous to begin growing food in our own homes.
This can be done through setting up miniature greenhouses on rooftops; a tot deep layer of soil planted with a Genetically Modified (MM) seed would give four time as much yield as any other natural seed, without even a penny being spent. As well as saving us money, this would give us the safest, naturally grown food we would want to eat. To counter the burgeoning pollution, it would be a requisite to have sophisticated Genetically Modified trees.
Though these have not yet been created but looking at the evidence where researchers have rearranged crop seed genes and hormones, making them drought and pest resistant and impervious to nutrient efficient soil. These give much greater yields. The same could be done with the trees through altering their DNA and creating in them the ability to absorb greater carbonized, gaseous pollutants and its paraphernalia. The auspiciousness of the thesis is apparent form the success of the ‘Green Revolution’ which was brought about by GM crops. Another Jeopardy to the Earth is the extinction of a diverse cornucopia AT rare plants Ana animals species.
Due to ten massive translation AT the Amazon and Congo Basin, millions of plants and animal are now at risk of extinction as a repercussion. To grapple with situation, it would be feasible construction houses floating upon water. Airtight steel containers floating upon water are very less dense and so can the weight of a thousand ton house. This should work well if embedded along the shore. With millions of such houses, they would make up to be a city. Fortunately, these would be inexpensive being made up of recycled material compared to the exorbitant amount one pays for a house in a big city.
Another great would be to be self-sufficient through creating your own electricity. This should be an easy task as we all are well aware of solar cells and portable wind turbines. All these are widely available, all you have to do is put them on your rooftop, though organizing the intricate wiring would be colossal task. These produce energy ample enough to power a whole house including all the electronics. However, it would be quintessential to redesign them, if they are to be made cheaper. If acted upon these ideas, it would change the way people live for a legitimate reason and help to make this world a better place to live in the future.