World Nature Conservation Day 2020: Do nature conservation by doing these works, know-how World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated
Hello friends, today is World Nature Conservation Day. This day is observed every year on 28 July to promote conservation and raise awareness and encourage sustainability. Let us tell you that we often use the term conservation and stability.
World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated all over the world so that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable and productive society. To ensure the well-being of the present and future generations, we all have functional conservation, and continuous management of our natural resources should do.
How to protect nature in the world:
ature conservation means protecting nature so that it is not hyperactive. It involves using natural resources wisely so that the needs of the present generation can be satisfied without compromising the future generation’s ability to maximize their needs. The most apparent reason for conservation is to protect wildlife and promote biodiversity.
Spread awareness about best practices for protecting natural resources: World Nature Conservation Day
World Nature Conservation Day is selected internationally to spread awareness about best practices for protecting natural resources because our earth does not have an unlimited amount of things.
Like we need water, trees, soil, etc. It is high time we understand that a healthy environment is necessary for healthy people and a production society. Not only during our lifetimes but also for future generations.
Polyethylene waste is the most dangerous:
Let us tell you that, according to Dr. KP Singh, President of Biodiversity Research and Development Society, unlimited exploitation of natural resources is taking us towards destruction. Plastic waste, polythene waste, exploitation of geological water, extensive scale tree cutting, etc.
We can control the destruction of nature only by stopping the dirt in the rivers, mining on the mountains, sand mining from the rivers, encroachment on ponds and wells, and damaging blessings in the air. In India, there are about 12 lakh deaths due to air pollution and 30 lakh deaths due to diseases caused by water pollution.