by NEWSNER , 2021-07-28 11:18:41
Every year on July 28, World Nature Conservation Day is commemorated. The significance of nature and the environment is highlighted on this day. A healthy environment is a basis for a stable and healthy human society, and special awareness campaigns are being held all over the world to recognise this.
Resource conservation is critical to the protection of our mother Earth. The earth's natural beauty may be preserved through protecting numerous natural components such as water, air, soil, energy, plants, minerals, fauna, and so on.
The primary purpose of World Nature Conservation Day is to conserve animals and trees in the natural world that are on the edge of extinction. The goal is for humans to consider how they as a species exploit nature. The growing gap between nature and humanity is being compounded by global warming. It causes a wide range of diseases as well as natural disasters such as floods.
Nature conservation is a pressing issue. Our environment is under serious jeopardy, and we must all work together to safeguard it. Even if global warming is limited to 1.5°C, as much as 50% of our coral reefs have already been gone, and up to 90% of coral reefs might be lost by 2050, according to the United Nations website.
It went on to say that every three seconds, the globe loses enough forest to cover a football field and that we have destroyed half of our wetlands in the previous century.
Individuals, national and international organisations, representatives of civil society, and others must work together to prevent and restore the damage done to our environment.