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[Ambassador report] Thematic report: Marine life

by Zefania Mkingi | 01-12-2019 06:02 Comments 4 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations



   This month I was overwhelmed with various aspects of the start of the new semester, enrollment issues were very difficult this year with great challenges, but we also had the task of welcoming the first year who come to study in various fields, so it was a busy month so much so that I couldn't find a good time to read on the topic of marine life. but i will explain my best when i understand, i have gone through some blogging reports and seen on this topic of marine life, i really have no experience with it other than studying in class since i never lived on the coast. but as an environmentalist I know I must also know about marine life. I want to finish this session so I can learn more and I definitely get the opportunity to become a 24th ambassador and I will be free of heavy reports as this is my first time as an ambassador.

OK that's not the case. Marine life is the sum total of the life of all organisms living in saltwater such as oceans etc.
Tanzania has maritime zones from the northeast region of the Tanga region to the south-east of the Mtwara region.
Marine life involves many things like those aquatic organisms, plants, coral-reefs and even organisms that are invisible to the naked eye. We have been the source of the destruction of everything good in the world since the land we live in, the atmosphere but also the water. marine life is an important first step in the beauty of its ecosystems, which helps to create a beautiful ecosystem that benefits all creatures on earth including humans, but what is even more striking is how humans become pollinators of this beautiful ecosystem as illegal fishing , transportation, extraction, sewage disposal, waste disposal in such areas etc.
Statistics show that every year in Tanzania in its lakes, rivers, oceans are polluted by about 1 tonnes of plastics that have led to the loss of seaturtle on those shores but also smoking and tobacco around the waterways tend to increase sea salt and thus making the marine life more difficult.

Oil extraction has resulted in the loss of some aquatic organisms.
We can eliminate these effects by working together to ensure the safety of aquatic organisms in the march. lucky to be ambassador again in the next (24th) year I will submit the report as a free report of my first month.

thank you,
regards,
Mkingi Zefania
Ambassador from Tanzania.

4 Comments

Elizaveta Zaretskaya

Lisa Mentor

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hey Zefania!
    This is your mentor Lisa:)

    I think you have a very good point here involving the harm of oil extraction.
    One of the most widely used methods for extracting oil from the sea if offshore drilling and it is pointed as one of the main causes of marine pollution.
    Trump government has suggested that the US will increase expand the offshore drilling and many other countries still follow the US with the extraction of oil from the sea.
    No matter how hard we try to protect sea animals or marine ecosystem afterward, we will not be able to completely eliminate the harms done by it.
    This goes directly back to our last month's topic, renewable and affordable energy.
    I think there's a lot for us to think and connect and this is definitely one.

    Thanks Zefania for bringing up such an important topic!
    Green cheers dear:)
    Posted 09-12-2019 16:16

Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Zefania

    I'm surprised by the huge amount of pollution produced by humans.
    This kind of destructive development definitely will not last for long. Human society has to view the future in the long term and find ways to co-exist with the nature in eco-friendly way. I hope precious water resources in Tanzania and many other nations are kept in its beautiful form.

    Thank you for the great report.
    Posted 08-12-2019 01:46

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Zefania

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about Marine life

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Regards,
    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 07-12-2019 12:52

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