Extinction of speciesIt is a fact that the ecological situation on planet earth is becoming desperate. Apart from the environmental challenges of pollution, global warming and logging, there is a more significant threat of species extinction. Currently, we are awaiting the sixth mass extinction after the other five occurred on earth. The largest of them all was Permian- Triassic as well as the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinctions. This occurred 245 and 65 million years ago respectively. Percentages f 14% and 84% of genera vanished entirely from the records of fossils. While human beings can somehow slow the processes causing extinction, it is unclear whether the extinction can be prevented.Siipi, H., & Finkelman, L. (2017). The Extinction and De-Extinction of Species. Philosophy & Technology, 30(4), 427-441.In this article, outcomes of resurrection biology have been explored and the alternatives ways of making the concepts of the resurrection of species cleared. These include replication, re-creation, non-extinction, and renewal. This article will assist in research on ways in which extinction of species can be combated. Being a scholarly reviewed article, more room for research has been created to ensure better outcomes are realized.Iacona, G., Maloney, R. F., Chadès, I., Bennett, J. R., Seddon, P. J., & Possingham, H. P. (2017). Prioritizing revived species: what are the conservation management implications of de-extinction?. Functional Ecology, 31(5), 1041-1048.The article explores de-extinction technology that revives back species that are extinct, making it a reality and positively impacting biodiversity conservation. The paper examines essential factors that would be considered if the de-extinct animals were to be released back to the wild. The article will be of great assistance in my chosen topic since it will show the risks involved in attempting to de-extinct species. Being a peer-reviewed article, it becomes a credible source of information hence a valuable resource for my research.Simon, J. L., & Wildavsky, A. (1992). Species loss revisited. Society, 30(1), 41-46.The article is focusing on extinction of species and if maintain the areas harboring biodiversity stable can counter the danger of species becoming extinct. Being from a credible online library, it provides a credible source of information that will help me in exploring this global issue. Further it has room for further studies having been peer reviewed.Refugees Escaping WarFor several years now, tens of thousands of refugees have been fleeing their countries in an attempt to escape the war. The war has been caused by rebels, terrorists and even civil that has resulted in a lot of bloodsheds. The immigrants leave their home origins with the mindset that they will lose their lives even if they stay anyway. This makes them attempt dangerous methods of accessing their preferred destination. For example, crossing the Mediterranean by boat which has seen massive numbers die in the process. Europe has been raising concerns over the ballooning number of immigrants. The solution to the current refugees’ crisis cannot be solved by European countries opening their body though it would offer a temporary solution.E. A. (2017). The Refugee Crisis as Civil Liberties Crisis. Columbia Law Review, 117(5), 1191-1229.The article discusses the expanded number of refugees for the last few decades who are leaving their home countries to seek shelter in safer countries. The most vital duty that the refugees bank on is the duty of non-refoulement that guarantees them that they cannot be returned home since they are endangered. This article will be of great help because it is from a credible source and because it has been criticized by other scholars leaves more room for study the current topic. The recommendations can be used by the lawmakers in the host countries so that they can handle this issue delicately since human lives are involved.Lucassen, L. (2018). Peeling an onion: the “refugee crisis” from a historical perspective. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 41(3), 383-410.This article seeks for the answer to Western politicians are becoming alarmed by the current refugee crisis especially after comparing the situation with what was happening in the 1990s. The article will assist in laying the foundation of my research in establishing where the problem originated from, and the magnitude it has grownto.it will assist in evaluating the effects of globalization and being peer reviewed room for further development has been created.ReferencesSiipi, H., & Finkelman, L. (2017). The Extinction and De-Extinction of Species. Philosophy & Technology, 30(4), 427-441.Iacona, G., Maloney, R. F., Chadès, I., Bennett, J. R., Seddon, P. J., & Possingham, H. P. (2017).Prioritizing revived species: what are the conservation management implications of de-extinction?. Functional Ecology, 31(5), 1041-1048.Simon, J. L., & Wildavsky, A. (1992). Species loss revisited. Society, 30(1), 41-46.E. A. (2017). The Refugee Crisis as Civil Liberties Crisis. Columbia Law Review, 117(5), 1191-1229.Lucassen, L. (2018). Peeling an onion: the “refugee crisis” from a historical perspective. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 41(3), 383-410.