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At the beginning of the video, it states the earth's climate, topography, geology, and life, such as animals, plants, finally to human farming, from the beginning of the pursuit of food, people accord to different terrain and geological environment to farming, such as basin, terrace, each block is very beautiful and natural place, where no lack of natural disasters, such as fires will destroy the forest and farmland.
With the development of time, more people are moving to the more developed cities, such as Shanghai, New York and other large cities in the video, with the development of the industry, machines replaced the human, improve the efficiency.
All things in nature are linked, then, people use higher technology means exchanged the machine, such as greenhouse, focus on the development of animal husbandry. For oil, the United States which makes our life more dependent on oil, when it comes to the Americans’ dream, with Los Angeles as a case, the car development quantity and human similar, the car became a symbol of the progress, thus leading to the world's 80% of the population consumption, over exploitation will consume the earth resources.
The 90% resource of import and export output, through the sea, take Dubai as an example, artificially built Island, Dubai has no agricultural origin, no water, through desalination, but people don't understand what we consume is other species are losing. The fish is the staple food of 1/5 people, refers to the resource is scarce, people in the desert take water difficultly, fossil water can be cultivated, but fossil water is not renewable. The Jordan River water has become a trickle, one tenth of the river water is flowing into the sea, dead sea horizon each year are in decline, referred to as India, a water shortage in the country and the excessive growth of population, shortage of water resources will influence 20 million people in 2025.
In the world's largest tropical rainforest---Amazon---was reduced by 20%, 95% of soybeans are used to feed livestock, so the forest became into meat, according to now deforestation rate, after 10 years, it will disappear. Borneo, for example, where the production of palm oil, palm oil can be used in agricultural and industrial production, deforestation has resulted in many other consequences, but people have to use this for a living. The world's poorest countries, trees are their support. On the contrary, Easter Island surrounded by the sea around, barren.
For 50 years, 2% of the world's population control the half wealth of world, if oil runs out, people will extract oil from the oil sands, such as Canada, when the resource is exhausted, people think of the north and south poles, but global warming is becoming apparent, to 2050, the world's 1/4 species are facing extinction, but there is no factory, the earth is not cut, the low elevation of the place will be threatened, the world's population 70% life in the plains, even Himalaya Range has been melting, resulting in the vicinity of climate change, residents received a devastating blow and forced migration.
We have caused irreparable phenomenon, we put our image on the earth, but we rarely change, followed by a group of data.
Finally, it tells the story of some of the solutions, and many of those who have made contributions, institutions, and countries, and these countries are working on renewable energy, we suggest that we stop mining the earth and look for the sky, like sunshine.
About My Opinion of Video
I think we are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth's climate. The stakes are high for human being. Our actions and how everything on earth is linked with each other. All the facts given on a scientific basis along with the beautiful images is what does it for me.
We have to do something for the future of human being, we have done a lot of damage to the earth, but we should do our best to reduce the damage to the environment in the future, to create more and more recyclable methods to develop our society, such as the end of the film, the wind energy and solar energy.
About Easter’s Land
This article mainly tells the story of the rise and fall of Easter Island and inspiration to offspring, first start with a question, questioned, a brief introduction of the overview of Easter Island, tells the story of an explorer expedition to Easter Island, and at that time the island was the development of handicraft. Later, after the study of archaeology, the island's situation gradually surfaced. Eventually Easter’s growing population was cutting the forest more rapidly than the forest was regenerating. The people used the land for gardens and the wood for fuel, canoes, and houses--and, of course, for lugging statues. As forest disappeared, the islanders ran out of timber and rope to transport and erect their statues. Life became more uncomfortable-- springs and streams dried up, and wood was no longer available for fires. We try to imagine the decline of Easter’s civilization. Finally, by now the meaning of Easter Island for us should be chillingly obvious. Easter Island is Earth writ small. Today, again, a rising population confronts shrinking resources. We too have no emigration valve, because all human societies are linked by international transport, and we can no more escape into space than the Easter Islanders could flee into the ocean. If we continue to follow our present course, we shall have exhausted the world’s major fisheries, tropical rain forests, fossil fuels, and much of our soil by the time several years later.
About My Opinion
This article supports video that Easter Island’s part of the status situation is caused by human beings, and people's behavior affects the status of the island, such as tree felling, the production of human, handicraft manufacturing, growing population, eventually Easter’s growing population was cutting the forest more rapidly than the forest was regenerating. The people used the land for gardens and the wood for fuel, canoes, and houses--and, of course, for lugging statues. As forest disappeared, the islanders ran out of timber and rope to transport and erect their statues. Life became more uncomfortable-- springs and streams dried up, and wood was no longer available for fires.
But this article refutes to the video is that it is not the place where the video is described as the Easter Island is not as simple as that described in video, and the rise and fall of the Easter Island is a very complex process, and people rarely consider the ecological environment and sustainable development in order to survive. Now the meaning of Easter Island for us should be chillingly obvious. Easter Island is Earth writ small. Today population rising confronts a again shrinking resources. We too all have no emigration valve because human societies are linked by international transport and we no can escape more Islanders into space than the Easter landers flee into the ocean. They have few choices, they are not as simple as described that in video. They don't have a high level of productivity, there is no tool, but do not know how to recycle. Frankly speaking, they don’t have the idea with environment and development.
Personally speaking, after scanning the PLAN 3.0: Mobilizing 2 Save Civilization, I consider that Lester R. Brown does a very good job of outlining the threats facing all of us today. The book contains many aspects of earth, for example, he covers the fact that we (meaning the whole planet) are already at peak agriculture production; however, our population is still booming. World food reserves are nearly completely drained, and more folks are going hungry every year. Meanwhile, continued plowing and deforestation are depleting the top soil, which we need to grow food, and the worlds deserts are growing. The book told many details about our diet, meat, vegetables, water, soil, and so on. In summary, what Lester Brown want us to know is that changes happen every day. Brown and his staff at Earth Policy Institute have taken the time to put together a game plan about how to create a genuinely sustainable society and how we do.