Public Spaces and Tropical Sustainability
The natural environment is becoming a big dream for many people of this time. Technological advancement of all levels has preoccupied a big space that was once covered by natural resources. All these developments have been initiated to cater to the need of space for public occupation. Human beings have been on the race to expand in terms of economic and social factors. They need space for their families to stay for their children to learn and play, and a place to make business transactions. Therefore the natural habitat has been invaded to the extent of being instinct all to create public space. These actions have brought about severe long-term effects on tropical sustainability and climate deviation.
Tropical sustainability is spread through a wide area of concern that relates in one way or the other with the need for public space. Therefore, some include activities that have one on one effect of pollution, land degradation, and climate change. As the earth is divided into various segments, they all provide sustainability to the comfort living of the human race. According to Manuel Diaz, should any get affected, then the others get affected too. For instance, if the plantation is mismanaged, that will mean that there will be climate change, thus a significant threat to life. Here is when we have issues of prolonging drought, drop or rise in seawater levels and extinction of species.
In recent times, local authorities have considered the importance and need to uphold tropical sustainability by putting practical regulations into action. It will be costly to get a go-ahead from the police for an investor to set up a processing or manufacturing company by the lake or seashore. Many of those companies are believed to use natural habitat –in this case, the lakes and seas- as their point of disposal for the harmful industrial wastes. Not only become the occupants of sea and lakes affected directly but the surrounding lives who benefit indirectly from the water bodies. With the hazardous waste disposed into the sea and lakes sea animals, a plantation along the coastline dies due to the harmful content of the water, and humans who use the water become affected by consuming and using the polluted water. With consideration to the rise in need for public space, the following are ways people can improve tropical sustainability.
In the ecosystem, all species are related to each other in one way or the other for a mutual benefit. Therefore, there are some species which, if they are absent, then the threat of natural balance is evolved. Indigenous species need to be embraced and preserved to provide adequate conservation measures required for tropical sustainability.
Proper waste management should be considered for the well-being of life. Non-biodegradable wastes are the most considered dangerous and harmful to tropical sustainability. They take too long or hardly decompose but emit hazardous components to the atmosphere bringing about the imbalance in the atmosphere composition. When the atmosphere is imbalanced, then adverse climate change develops and affects the public place in varied ways. Hazardous waste should have a proper way of being disposed of by enacting laws and directives that control their disposal as argued by Manuel Diaz.
Natural environment conservancy
This will include regulating or putting an end to activities like deforestation, earth-moving, and pollution. These activities have a direct and adverse effect on the natural environment. Public space has contributed significantly to the results of these activities. Recycling and the use of renewable energy are a perfect way to manage tropical sustainability in public places.