We at the Centre for Marine Biodiversity believe that the marine ecosystem is a priceless asset of the biosphere. We believe that marine life is as essential as terrestrial life in maintaining the balance of the ecosystem. Biodiversity is a delicate balance of ecosystems, and thus, damage to habitats or its total loss is a loss for mankind as well.
Thus, we work with dedicated and passionate people to ensure a sustainable future where all marine species, great and small, can continue existing without the threat of extinction. We utilize sound scientific principles, statutes and laws, and informative media to ensure that our mission is sustained.
The popularity of vaping has been constantly on the rise over the past few years. In 2018, the World Health Organization estimated a total of 41 million e-cigarette users around the globe. This shows how many people have chosen to use vape pens as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. The positive impact of using vape products on health is apparent since vaping supplies do not contain harmful components like tar and carbon monoxide found in combustible cigarettes. So, vape pens are generally considered to be better for human health than traditional cigarettes. However, what could be the possible environmental impact brought upon by vaping? ...Read More
Most people are now adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle. As such, treating medical conditions also requires environmentally friendly ways. One of the widely accepted alternatives to traditional pharmaceuticals is cannabidiol (CBD). Many environmentalist research groups have enumerated its benefits. We have been talking to the CBD experts at Budpop about why many eco-friendly buyers are welcoming it. Here is what we learnt from our interview: The Health Benefits of Cannabidiol Cannabidiol is a single compound of medicinal substance in the cannabis plant. While it is frequently praised as a discovery to treat medical issues, it is entirely a rediscovery. For centuries, medical professionals in different societies ...Read More
It is not surprising that CBD oil for dogs is growing fast because of its many potential pet health uses, such as providing relaxation and relief. Because of the massive prospects in the future, it is expected to grow more and more. In 2022, CBD products such as CBD oil sales were expected to reach almost $2 billion. However, you might be wondering if these products are eco-friendly. Continue reading to learn more. Hemp: The Most Environmentally-Friendly Crop For hemp to grow, it does not need a lot of water resources. It is hassle-free, and you can plant it outdoors. Marijuana, on the other hand, ...Read More
In the United States, almost half of its land area is owned by the American public and managed on their behalf by government agencies. A good number of water bodies pass through these public lands, hence any pollution or environmentally-destructive activities done along these water bodies can potentially affect marine life as well. With the growth of the CBD industry in Canada, land has been put aside for growing cannabis. This is especially in the case for pure cbd oil. Many local golf courses have provided help to the cause. Low to mid-range players try to allow the scientist room to explore using rangefinders and ...Read More
Rapid human population growth is a factor that aggravates overconsumption, economic inequality, and pollution. It is one of the major causes of critical environmental problems like wanton habitat destruction, overfishing, and climate change. While humans are not always the enemy, the centre promotes population control in order to curb runaway human population growth. Fishing from the regulated areas using the correct fishing chairs is one step in the right direction. Futhermore, employing fishing motors for trolling can make a huge difference to the environment. These include pressuring governments to empower reproductive health of women, universal access to health care and sex education, and paradigm shifts ...Read More
Protecting marine biodiversity is a global task. Ocean ecosystems are interconnected, and thus no country has a “monopoly” of responsibility when it comes to protecting these species. The center is committed to protecting marine species located in the world’s vast oceans. All kinds of species; even those that are even very much distinct from each other such as the Okinawa dugong, the polar bear, and the hawksbill turtles are covered by the scope of the center’s hard work. We take pride in involving ourselves to take action and utilize standing international biodiversity protection treaties and trade laws to ensure the survival of many species. With ...Read More
The oceans around the world are so vast that they cover about 362 million square kilometers, which is around 70.9% of the Earth's surface. Therefore, the scope of protecting marine biodiversity is a gargantuan task – almost as if one is literally carrying the earth in their shoulders. A lot of problems may occur, especially at areas near human settlements – including overfishing, coral reef destruction, oil drilling, mangrove forest decimation, climate change, and acidification of oceans – which can threaten marine biodiversity. The center tackles this problem as part of its international work and advocacy. We believe that the oceans, being vast, contain havens ...Read More
The Centre for Marine Biodiversity wants to ensure the safety of marine biodiversity from an array of usually anthropogenic toxic substances. We believe that every product of human industrialization has effects on the health of not only humans but also other species. The Industrial Revolution of the 18th century introduced countless novel products which in turn caused the release of numerous kinds of pollutants into the environment. While industrialization was not necessarily an evil development, it is careless and unsustainable industrialization that is the bane of modern civilization. Such careless and unsustainable industrialization is usually driven by the greed of the few, allowing a lot ...Read More
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