Surname 1[Student name][Lecturer][Subject][Date] Environmental Sustainability Sustainable development is a kind of development that meet the needs of the presentwithout compromising ability of future generation to meet their own needs which covers the ideaof the environment, economic and social progress. Our wetland margins and actual areas are themain focus to the sound sustainable environment marginalized between aquatic and terrestrialhabitat at place and they form the Riparian environment where great number of organisms inhibitthus recommendation have to be put in place due to the pressure on ecosystem which willincrease globally in coming decades unless human attitude and action change and betterprotection of natural asses to require cognitive effort across all sections as a measure to conservenatural resources.Through the scenario of Techno garden which depicts a globally connected world relyingstrongly on environmentally sound technology using highly managed engineered ecosystem todeliver services and taking a proactive approach to manage of ecosystem in an effort to avoidproblems. Economic growth is relatively high and accelerated thus in near 50-100 years, thisnutshell consideration of the kind of green development, lowest rates of climate change andpopulation size will result in relatively low impacts of coastal wetlands thus this mitigationmeasure slow down over the long term use will provisionalized the vision of maintaining the
Surname 2marshes, bogs and inland water through the combination of technology sound activities and theecosystem. Some of the measures to eradicate the continuing impacts not to accelerate to futuredecades include: for example, the Caribbean TechnoGarden in the early years of the 21stcentury, the world economy is at a crossroad, the Doha round of trade talks awaits completion,but there is mistrust among trading partners. The major international trade dispute is the farmsubsidies paid to European and American farmers by their respective governments. Southernfarmers want access to the European and American markets, and at the same time Southerngovernments do not want their markets flooded with cheap subsidized American and Europeanproduce. Meanwhile, fishing quotas and other market based natural resource managementtechniques are agreed upon and are being stringently enforced. New food production systems aredeveloped based on innovative technologies that are environmentally benign and able to takeadvantage of marginal land and marine conditions. Nevertheless, growing concern over thehealth and biodiversity risks of genetically modified foods leads to the abandonment of GMOtechnology. Major policy to address trade offs between agricultural quality production and water availability sound agro ecological systems and maintenance of biodiversity considering water use and agricultural production. Thus through intensification of the subsidies, land conversation to higher production due to capitalism and economic growth demanding urgency will degrade the wetland region, the avoidance of organic agriculture of use of natural means and sound environmentally for production to use of on farm inputs will lead to intro-phication, siltation and decline in consistence services. More of, through the perception of considerable impact on the wetlands through direct association with agriculture, the opinion is that to attain the long term mitigation
Surname 3benefits is through development in agricultural technology in agriculture inimprovement of characteristics, agricultural research and training and market reformsthereby increasing possibility of land management and integrated water managementthrough support by the political scenario to establish a long-lasting goal to be achievedthrough establishment of appropriate regulatory systems to reduce detrimentalenvironment impacts of the wetland regions.
Surname 4 Works CitedEcosystems and human well-being: wetlands and water synthesis : a report of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 2005. Print.Finlayson, C. M., Rebecca Cruz, and Nick Davidson. Ecosystems and human well-being: wetlands and water : synthesis. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute, 2005. Print.