As the summer arrives insects also arrive, and as much as we might hate them, Insects are vital to most ecosystems. A widespread collapse of many ecosystems would cause damages extremely far reaching to life on our planet. Global warming is causing a major wipeout of insects where almost half of insects’ habitats will be unsuitable by the end of the century. Of special concern are pollinators like bees, who have been particularly affected, as are they plants they pollinate. Those plants in turn are heavily affected. Mammals and birds, which can more easily migrate as the climate changes, suffer less. As we all know insects are the most sensitive group and they are important to our ecosystems and the ecosystems cannot function without insects. They play an absolute critical role in the food chain system. According to an article “Climate change on track to cause major insect wipeout,” it states that if we were to lose that high proportion of our insects in our ecosystem it would be a major disruption to the ecosystem. Keeping in mind that that we as humans depend on the ecosystems functioning and pollination, fertile soils, clean water and more all depend on healthy ecosystem therefore, it should be a concern to us. The article also talks about this not being a concern to society yet but in the future climate change impact on insects will start accelerating. These expectorations are to be experience by 2100 unless action is taken
In the wake of reactionary rulings by the Supreme Court that seized a woman’s right to abortion after the Justices had unleashed potentially lethal freedoms to gun owners, one can only shudder at the prospect of the court’s upcoming decision on West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).