The inhabitants of some cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina breathe the most polluted air in Europe and, some days, as measurements show, in the world. In Braga the air pollution isn’t as bad as in Sarajevo but ,even so it continues to be a threat to Braga inhabitants .
The globalization of the economy promotes interaction between continents. The ports are ports of arrival of goods for all societies. Ports are ports of entry for goods, but also for invasive species that are destroying ecosystems. The Asian wasp is calling into question the agriculture and beekeeping of Bosnia and Portugal, in addition to the imbalance created in the ecosystems. This invasive species is considered impossible to eradicate.
Asian wasps are a dangerous specie to the biodiversity
Currently air pollution is a concern for everyone. The cities evolved, the number of cars increased and consequently the pollution grew. Sarajevo and Braga have two distinct realities. Sarajevo has a problem with air quality. Braga’s population is increasing exponentially, the number of cars increased a lot in the past few years. However the city is introducing measures to improve air quality, such as bike lanes, electric public transportations and try change all this problems.
The year is 2030. The meat industry is thriving and occupying over 80% of the world’s agricultural fields. Global warming affects countries worldwide. Plagues spread, and former endangered species can be seen only in pictures. According to the United Nations, famine has become a threatening reality. Cardiovascular and cancer diseases have risen considerably. Does this sound like a gloomy forecast or a futuristic reality? Due to the probability of such scenarios, we have decided to conduct a comprehensive study on one of the factors that has undoubtedly affected both the environment and human health: the increase of red meat consumption.