Organisms live in balance with one another in earths ecosystem which is continually evolving and changing, while still maintaining the environment that supports the organisms’ survival, now threatened by human negligence.
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Options for the future of urban areas requires leaders who must tackle complex economic, social, and environmental challenges.
Waste with properties that make it potentially dangerous or harmful to human health or the environment.
Materials and attributes found in the ocean that are considered to have value. That value can be intrinsic, or monetary.
All people have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food as dietary needs for a healthy life.
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The leading environmental risk to health. It is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death.
The epoch when humans have become a major geological and climatic force.
Interrelated life-supporting systems (biological, ecological, ecosphere, cosmological, etc.) will require a wholistic approach for survival based on knowledge gained and tools develop to lessen the ill-effects of humanity’s misguided ruinous incursions; a collective effort of immeasurable proportion.
We must move from a civilization based on materialistic endeavors to spiritual-affirming social, economic and ecological methods needed to lessen the impact of a severe environmental crisis that's global in its effects. It will require forging a new era, where a transformative state of consciousness fosters change in attitudes, values, goals and objectives that modify human behavior to secure a collective wellbeing.
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In case no one has noticed, we humans (humanity) no longer exist in the vacuum of a segmented existence where environmental systems are separate entities operating alone. The medical establishment once viewed and treated systems inclusive to the human body as isolated entities. Science has taken a giant leap forward, viewing all of existence as interrelated, so, too, with ecology.
Ecology is the science of the study of ecosystems to determine if the natural balance in an ecosystem is being maintained. This balance may become disturbed because of the introducing of new species, the sudden death of some species, natural hazards, or man-made causes. Its revenant to maintaining quality of all life on this planet and to ensure the advancement of civilization.
We invite interested parties to explore how human population growth and poor development planning can affect the ecological balance. You may decide to create a project of interest to you that deals with a particular aspect of ecology. We encourage penetrating thought given to ways your project, inline with our mission, goals and objectives, can be a conduit for spiritual-based solutions to help resolve intractable ecological problems.
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ENVISION THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF HUMANITY
Question the knowledge systems that have given shape to the present order. Reveal their defective elements. Seek to replace them with definitive structures as basis for a future society, and with knowledge of how to construct them.
Areas of Research
CORNELL UNIV. Ecological fields of science strive to understand basic mechanistic processes at scales from within ecosystems to the entire globe.
Types of Ecology
Branches of Ecology
Ecology is a large & evolving discipline as it covers all organisms on Earth. Because of broad categories, ecology is further divided into several specialized branches.
Top 100 in Ecology
This collection highlights our most downloaded* ecology papers published in 2021. Featuring authors from aroud the world, these papers showcase valuable research from an international community.
Ecosystem ecology is the integrated study of living and non-living components of ecosystems and their interactions within an ecosystem framework. This science examines how ecosystems work and relates this to their components such as chemicals, bedrock, soil, plants, and animals.
We introduce an innovative planning module (framework) to address the process required to create sustainable pathways en route to progressive futures. This naturally includes life sustaining ecosystem ecology.
Relevance of the ecological perspective on human health
It is important to encourage a move toward a more holistic approach to health, applying whole systems thinking and emphasizing the integration of a commitment to health into the fabric of culture, social structures, processes and routine life in human communities.
The ecosystem approach to health is a promising strategy in international development: lessons from Japan and Laos
Every disturbance to the eco-environment will prime to the subsequent alteration of disease patterns and our human exposure to the altered and later disease outbreaks that in effect guide to the increasing burdens on global health (Barrett et al. 2015).
An ecological perspective was prominently present in the health promotion movement in the 1980s, but this seems to have faded. The burden of disease the developing world is facing cannot be addressed solely by reductionist approaches. Holistic approaches are called for that recognize the fundamentally interdependent nature of health and other societal, developmental, and ecosystem related factors in human communities. An ecosystem approach to human health (ecohealth) provides a good starting point to explore these interdependencies (Globalization and Health et al. 2015).
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"Human activities are altering ecological conditions and bringing species into contact in new or more frequent ways. Concurrently, globalization has resulted in an era of global connectivity through increased human movement and trade, and the spread of infectious diseases from localized areas are now threatening new regions."