World Nature Conservation Day 2020, Global Warming, Climate Change, sustainable lifestyle, Water resources, plating trees

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“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

Every year, 28th July is observed as World Nature Conservation Day. The significance of this day is that it recognizes that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable and productive society. This day also ensures the well-being of present and future generations.

We get so much from our nature. We wouldn’t even be alive if it wasn’t for mother Nature. The oxygen we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, it’s all gifted to us by nature.

But what do we do? We exploit it. We litter the water bodies. We don’t understand the importance of nature, or maybe we do but just ignore it. Today is the day when people all around the world vow to conserve the nature and environment.

There are numerous ways how we can contribute. However, if you’re clueless about it, I’m going to tell you five super easy ways you can conserve nature.

• Plant a tree every day

Trees are our only natural source of oxygen, but instead of planting them, we cut them down. If every person planted a tree, life would improve significantly. The air would be cleaner, the number of trees would get back to normal, you would have more shade for the hot summer days; pollution would be reduced along with global warming and the greenhouse effect. So yes, plant as many trees as you can.

• Quit smoking

It is needless to say how dangerous smoking is for your health. But did you know it’s not only harming you, but also the environment? Many people stub cigarettes and throw it here and there. This not only litters the environment but also leads to air pollution that’s very harmful.

• Composting

This is one of the most important ways to manage waste. However, people in India are not aware of it. A few composting bins or pits in the garden represent an excellent opportunity to avoid littering, at the same time it also acts as a source of natural manure for your vegetable garden. Manure is not harmful to the environment and litter is reduced.

• Stop wasting water

Water is life and we seriously need to stop wasting it. It’s high time we reduce the consumption of water. Don’t leave the tap running while brushing your teeth. Opt for showers over baths. Don’t use the washing machine when there are barely any clothes to be washed. Save water just the way you save your money!

• Recycling

Recycling is quite popular among people. Many people opt for it because it’s cheap and also sustainable. So yes, recycle everything you can and try to buy reusable and biodegradable products as much as possible. Whether it is glass or paper, plastic, or metal, all these materials can be re-used. So, go green!!