© 2017 by Dr. Nir Tenenbaum, www.Wildeas.org

“We depend on this planet to eat, drink, breathe, and live. Figuring out how to keep our life support system running needs to be our number-one priority. Nothing is more important than finding a way to live together - justly, respectfully, sustainably, joyfully - on the only planet we can call home.” 

Annie Leonard, The storry of stuff project.

 

Even if we forego all wildlife in some delusional existence, we clearly must act to protect our ecosystem – efficiently cleanup what is already here, methodically prevent what we can, and swiftly resolve any event that may occur. 

Technology can help us throughout these missions.

Pollution is the simple introduction of foreign or naturally occurring contaminants into our natural environment, with the earliest and simplest form of pollution generated by all life forms; simply a natural function of their existence.

Humankind, has brought this natural form into new heights with growing and expending population, and technological advancements that had distinguishing and critical game changing aspects as we all know and see today, from direct components that affect our health, to pollutants that destroy our ecosystem and affect the wildlife around us.

Pollution comes in many forms, affecting all layers of our ecosystem – from the air around us, to the soil and sea, from simple molecules affecting our drinking water to radioactive waste in the ground and sea, to plastic, oil, light, noise and more.  Pollution control has many forms, and can begin from prevention, to minimization, recycling, reusing, mitigating and more.

As we continue to spread and evolve (demographically and technologically), we should bring technology to help in the cleanup process, to assist the prevention of future events and provide early detection and the speedy resolution of any future unwanted events such as oil spills.

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Environmental protection & Pollution detection