Wildfires, peat fires and controlled burns on farming lands kill hundred thousands of people worldwide each year.
Satellite tracking devices are now small and affordable enough that they can monitor the precise location, including the depth, of large numbers of sea creatures.
Indonesia’s Wakatobi archipelago was a thriving marine sanctuary full of life where hundred thousands of people have depended their livelihood and contributed millions of dollars to the Indonesian economy.
The extensive fire damage that is happening to the forests in Indonesia as a result of El Niño and the associate aftermath in terms of smoke and haze greatly affect our environment.
The Philippine government must have a stronger research and development program in agriculture in place to increase productivity and help develop calamity resilient crops agriculture base in the face of natural disaster such as the dry spell wrought by El Niño and the over 20 storms that hit the country annually, according to Senator Edgardo Angara.
La Niña is marked by a cooling of the tropical Pacific Ocean which is the opposite phase of the El Niño event, which is marked by unusually warm tropical water in the Pacific region.
Coconut farmers are advised to apply chlorine as fertilizer to their coconut plants as a safeguard against drought.
The underlying trend of higher and higher temperatures indicates that global warming is likely here to stay not until humanity do something about it to lessen its effect.