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Living creatures and trees cannot be separated in the ecosystem, and each of them cannot stand tall alone in the world.
An unbalanced situation of both sides cannot build a favourable environment. Nature judges that extreme extraction of natural resources, including biodiversity, will trigger danger to living creatures, including humans.
Nowadays, extreme extraction causes the remarkable depletion of fish resources, accounting for 30 per cent in coastal areas owned by global countries, including Myanmar. In fact, more than 3,000 million of the global population relies on coastal areas and marine biodiversity for their livelihoods.
Currently, dirties and waste mostly discarded from inland areas are imposing threats on fish resources and ecosystems. Consequently, deficiency of fish resources and deterioration in the ecosystem will be a burden for the living creatures, especially for human beings.

Hence, all the global people, including those of Myanmar, should participate in preventive measures against environmental deterioration in all aspects for benefiting themselves.

Indeed, climate change does never base on a single factor. Hence, the climate change pushed by various factors severely affects the whole ecosystem formed with living creatures and plants. If so, it is difficult for humans to struggle for survival in the terrible impacts based on climate change. They have to take adequate time to recover their structures.
Currently, calamities and pandemics are imposing threats on the global populace due to their undisciplined acts undermining the environment such as logging of trees, too much tapping of underground water, changing of geographical conditions including mining, extreme storage of water in dams, unlimited extraction of fish resources and timber, and undisciplined littering.
Seawater pollution based on the leak of crude oil and frequencies of modern-sounding machines installed at ocean liners causes long term extraction of clean fish resources, food sufficiency, plenty of marine biodiversity and health and socio-economic development of humans. As the domino effect, the collapse of one kind of natural resources will deteriorate the societies of living creatures and forests one after another. At that time, it is necessary to take adequate time for rebuilding favourable societies.
Hence, all the global people, including those of Myanmar, should participate in preventive measures against environmental deterioration in all aspects for benefiting themselves.

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