Of these many environmental problems, whether caused entirely caused by humans or natural, people have devised many solutions, and some of these are listed below.
Because climate change is an issue for most, if not all biomes, humans have worked hard to come up with solutions to slow it down and eventually halt it all together. Three of these solutions are told below.
The first solution which shall be written of here is to forgo fossil fuels such as burning coal, oil and natural gasses. This is an immense problem as so many people all over the world (especially in the richer countries of the world) use products that use fossil fuel every day. They are also fairly key too the worlds economy. Also the solutions to cutting down on use of fossil fuel has many problems too. Using many of the alternatives can drive up the price of items such as food or even cause an increase in deforestation, and using alternatives like nuclear power may not produce greenhouse gasses but it can produce dangerous chemicals such as toxic waste. However some alternatives are best to be given a try in order to preserve the environment such as plant derived plastics and wind power.
Modern transportation, such as cars and motorcycles, causes a huge amount of todays greenhouse gasses. 20 pounds of CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) is produced from burning a single gallon of gasoline alone! There are however many solutions for cutting down on the greenhouse gasses we produce with transportation. We can move closer to the places we spend most time traveling to which will cut down on the amount of time which we spend traveling. We can also start to use alternant modes of transport to get us where we need to go which do not use greenhouse gasses such as walking or cycling . This, too, will cut down on our greenhouse gas emission.
Being efficient when we can is also a good way to cut down on greenhouse gas emission. Simply doing things such as turning the lights off when not in the room or driving well can make a bigger impact then you may think. Just doing small things like making sure the tyres of your car are properly pumped up you can decrease the amount of greenhouse gasses which your car produces and, very importantly, lessen the frequency which you have to refill the car with petroleum.
Because the other threats to the Savanna are not as world wide or as well known there are less people working to develop solutions to these problems. Irrelevant of this, there are still people out there working to develop some.
Exotic Plant Species:
The simplest solution to solve the problem of exotic plant species which have been introduced by humans is to merely exterminate them all. Whilst this may sound easy in reality, for many of these introduced plant species, it is not. Many of these introduced species are just too hard to eradicate without harming the native flora and fauna. However, even with such difficulties, the annihilation of these exotic plants (or at least the ones which are harmful) should be persisted with in order to preserve the Savanna biome for the future.
In the past the main solution used for overgrazing has been to remove the animals form the area and give time for the grass to regrow. This, however, has posed problems, especially with the farming communities to which these animals belong. If the famers refuse to move these animals then there is little which can be done. However other solutions can be found. Solutions such as rationing grazing and pumping water to troughs in order to protect streams can be used and whilst it doesn’t completely fix the problem it certainly does help.