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As a world growing up, people needs also growing up and it significantly reducing environemental risk and echological scarcity. People as they growing up will need more money to fullfill they needs some of their needs are form the world itself such as water, even some food that have to be plant if there are no place to plant it, where people get their food, so they need jobs.

There are other problem is increassing enployment as much more people seek for job. There are three problems that leads to the green economy which are ; environmental sustainable, because we depend so much for natural resource so we have to creat some economic system that respect the intergrity of the ecosystem and guarantee the resilience of the life supporting system, Socially just, we must have an economic system that ensure to have a standard of living and opportunities for personal and social developmenta, and the last is locally rooted, the green economy is a global agregate of a communities to fullfill its citizen through local production and exchange good and services. Green economy will also help to subtitute for fossil fuels and energy conservation for efficiency energy use, the green economy also creates jobs, sustainable economic growth, and prevents envoronmental pollution, and global warming. Some of economic failure related to environmental and climate protection because of they spending so much cost to prevent for their environmetal failure. There are some countries really need to apply this system for example the least development country , because they have a good natural resource that can leads to change a better economic .

There are a lot of country in least development country for example Uganda and Nepal . Uganda and Nepal already applied the green economy to help their economy. Organic algicuture in Uganda, Uganda succes to transform their agriculture production into an organic farming system, with significant benefits for its economy, society, and the environment. Uganda has taken an apparent liability – limited access to chemical inputs – and turned this into a comparative advantage by growing its organic agriculture base, generating revenue and income for smallholder farmers. On the policy side, in 2004 the Uganda Organic Standard was adopted, while in 2007, as part of the East African Community, Uganda adopted the regional standard, the East African Organic Products Standards (EAOPS) developed under a joint UNEP-UNCTAD initiative. Forest Management In Nepal, community forestry in Nepal has contributed to restoring forest resources in Nepal. The local users organized as community forest user groups take over and manage resource while the government just asthe supporter and facilitator and it succeses as the community effort and imply a little financial. The Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (MFSC), as the lead institution for creating an enabling environment for forest resource management, has implemented two policies, including Community Forestry and the Leasehold Forestry Policy, that have helped the government of Nepal achieve significant success in forest conservation and environmental protection.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    As a world matures, peoples' needs also mature, which significantly reduces environmental risk and ecological scarcity. People as they grow up will need more money to fullfill their needs, some of which are world resources, such as water. Some areas have import food because there's no place to plant, making them dependent on the world resources, and for that they need jobs.

    The problem is increasing employment as more people seek jobs. There are three problems that the green economy solves which are; environmental sustainability, because we depend so much on natural resources that we have to create some economic system that respects the intergrity of the ecosystem and guarantees the resilience of the life supporting system, Social justice, because we must have an economic system that ensures a standard of living and opportunities for personal and social development, and the last is locally rooted, the green economy is a global agregate of communities to fullfill its citizens' needs through local production and exchange good and services. Green economy will also help to substitute for fossil fuels and energy conservation for efficient energy use, the green economy also creates jobs, sustainable economic growth, and prevents envoronmental pollution, and global warming. Some of economic failures are related to environmental and climate protection because they are spending so much to prevent their environmetal failure. There are some countries that really need to apply this system. Especially the least developed countries, which often have good natural resources that can lead to better, sustainable economic changes under a green economy.

    Uganda and Nepal are good examples. They have already applied green economy principles and have had success with them. Uganda transformed their agriculture and adopted an organic farming method with significant benefits to their economy, society and the environment. Uganda has taken an apparent liability – limited access to chemical inputs – and turned this into a comparative advantage by growing its organic agriculture base, generating revenue and income for small farm-holders. On the policy side, in 2004 the Uganda Organic Standard was adopted, while in 2007, as part of the East African Community, Uganda adopted the regional standard, the East African Organic Products Standards (EAOPS) developed under a joint UNEP-UNCTAD initiative.

    Nepal has seen similar success, where their Forest Management has contributed to restoring forest resources. With community forestry, local user groups take over and manage resources while the government just acts as the supporter and facilitator. The communal effort succeeds with only a little financial support. The Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (MFSC), as the lead institution for creating and enabling forest resource management, has implemented two policies, including Community Forestry and the Leasehold Forestry Policy, that have helped the government of Nepal achieve significant success in forest conservation and environmental protection.

    Source(s): not perfect, but passable. Not sure in a couple of areas what you meant, but this is still in your own words, just corrected somewhat. :) nice essay!!!
  • 8 years ago

    Please kindly correct my English

    As the world is growing, people also need to, and the world is significantly increasing in environmental risk and ecological (?) scarcity. People, as they grow up, will need more money to fulfill their needs. Some of their needs are from the world itself, such as water and food.

    There are other problems, like the decreasing of employment as much more people seek for job. ///////// Sorry. This is where I stopped because from here down I got cross-eyed from all the confusing information jumbled together. I tried my best, but what you're writing is very difficult to understand. It's mainly the outlandish grammar. I suggest you ask your teacher for assistance or a fellow student who can somehow understand all this. My apologies.

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