The developed world is better because it has the resources to mitigate some of these effects.
Human ecology is generally the study of the surroundings and the kind of effects it has on the human beings. In this article, there has been many human ecology aspects all brought about by the changes in climate around the world. Those discussed in detail include issues of food security as well as diseases brought about by the changes in climatical conditions and which specific areas are at most risks of human ecology. Various scholars through research have concluded that as the surroundings of the human beings change, so does the life and lifestyle of people. People are forced to migrate to other better areas as a result of drought or hurricanes; others change their eating habits as food starts becoming scarce especially the staple food while others die as a result of starvation, climatical condition changes among others.
All people regardless of their country of origin, color, race, sex, income or other inequalities should be able to enjoy the same benefits of environmental protection, get knowledge on health hazards as well as information on the current trend of the environment and the effects of these in their present and future lives. With the rapid changes in climatical conditions that are affecting the other parts of the world directly and indirectly, everybody deserves the chance to know what is going on, what they can do to mitigate these effects and the short and long term effects of these environmental changes. The developed countries which are industrialized have their negative effects on the environment is relation to release of carbon dioxide and depletion of the ozone layer. These effects are felt in the developing nations where they depend on agriculture and their produce is decreasing (DeWeerdt, 2007). They deserve to