Declaring coral reefs as ‘Marine Protected Areas’ is just the initial step. We must educate the local community about the coral reefs, how to preserve them, and how to practice safe fishing techniques without disrupting the local ecosystem. Also, we must give awareness to the general public about the importance of these reefs. Avoid littering the beaches when we go out should the number one priority. Preserving water, planting trees and recycling are among the few steps we can take as an individual to help save these reefs.
The causing contributor to the earth’s pollution is the waste and its successive generation. The developed nations have, however, devised solutions for the eradication of waste. By the year 2050, waste generation is expected to increase by 3.40 billion tons. There is no stopping to it unless there are enough awareness and managerial services to deal with this humongous issue of handling waste.
With this vast planning of reversing, reforming, and bringing new policies Joe Biden could face opposition and resistance from those whose interests are connected with these industries and resources. Joe Biden either with his team has to convince republicans where he might succeed, or he has to pass an executive order for which he might face resistance from the judiciary where again there are conservatives. In both cases, Joe Biden has to prepare a plan to counter their arguments because there is no time to waste and policies have to be taken. It is not only about the United States. It’s about the world.