Climate change is a modification in the form of weather and related modifications in the land surfaces, oceans and ice sheets happening over time scales of decades or longer. Climate change may occur due to the natural processes. Natural resources management needs to consider social, economic and environmental fairness, and sustainability. Environmental and social justice implies that the needs of marginalized poor populations are equitably addressed.
Sustainable utilization of ecosystem structures (water, crops, animals, soil, air), and other natural resources ensures continued biodiversity and health of the ecosystem processes, availability of goods and services (e.g., soil and nutrient building, water filtration, flood and disease control, recreation, and habitat for many fauna and flora), and strengthens resilience against stresses and shocks. Unsustainable natural resources are threatening some of the endemic natural species. It is very natural that increasing global warming changes the climate very much. Global warming is the main reason for climate change. Climate change impacts can transcend national boundaries. We have no idea how much the world’s climate is becoming more unpredictable and more distant. The old generations or us are making such pollutions, which is definitely going to affect the new generations or children. New generations or children are least responsible for climate change. Climate change has become a part of the environment sustainability but it must be controlled. Environment sustainability is the idea whether environmental resources will be saved and maintained for future generations. Climate change could refer to a particular location or the planet as a whole.
Climate change may cause weather patterns to be less predictable. These unexpected weather patterns can make it difficult to maintain and grow crops in regions that rely on farming because expected temperature and rainfall levels can no longer be relied on. Thus, climate change is a part of environment sustainability.