It’s time to pay back to the nature
This is pretty unfortunate that we are living in an era where climatic change or global warming is not something hypothetical and it doesn’t hold its roots deep inside our atmosphere. This is rather more practical and even more alarming as well. We see around us the glaciers are melting swiftly. The diminishing trees are another potential threat to our weather conditions. High water pollution levels are seen everywhere that are challenging to the sea life. The sea food that we consume on a daily basis and is also consumed worldwide is also under threat. In fact we can easily say that this is rapidly becoming contaminated and the sea food is turning to be poisonous. If we keep harming our atmosphere at the same rate and pace, we are literally going to hang on the verge of annihilation. This is a common threat not just for a single country or region or even single continent, this is rather even more horrible situation that must be noticed immediately. From centuries the man has been manipulating with the nature. Even we have witnessed the climate change refugees as well in the recent past which is a very alarming situation. So the impacts of climate change are undeniably wide spread and consequential as well. The consequences that could be more gruesome and annihilating than our perception and imagination.
So in this grave situation, what are the chief options that we are left with to preserve and find the environmental solutions? Well, being optimistic we can say that this is still not too late. We can immediately begin with the preservation and safety of our water resources. We see the declining water levels around us. So we have to focus on the preservation and rational usage of water. On the other hand we can take measures to clean the air that we breathe in. carbon emission is depleting the ozone layer and many other man made creations are challenging the nature. By reducing our reliance on them, by cutting the energy and fuel consumption we can contribute positively. We must encourage the green horizons and whole green corridors where every one of us is literally bound to plant at least five trees in a lifetime to secure our coming generations. And at the same time recycling is another great thing that encourages and supports the environmental solutions. Taking it as a moral obligation we can reduce the cutting of trees and dependency on the synthetic materials.
Credits: Founder of WildArk: Mark Hutchsinson