We are living in the century of ‘Anthropogenic’ climate change. Change mostly caused by humans and not by nature. There is a complete ‘climate emergency’. Environment, Biodiversity and habitats are getting destroyed by human activities. Earth is warming. Our activities are resulting in tropical storms, typhoons, flood, drought, ocean warming, rising ocean water, pandemics, health issues, global warming, climate change, poverty, food insecurity, pollution, deforestation, pests challenges and loss of agriculture production.
In nature, creation has no sound but destruction has both sound and impact as well. It is a fact that Earth is warming and we are living in the ‘century of climate change’. Due to global warming, vector-borne diseases will spread at a faster rate. In the near future, many more diseases like COVID-19 may spread as pandemics.
So, our preparedness to control environmental degradation and emerging diseases will decide our future. We can save our future generations from such adversities by making a ‘livable planet for all’. If we have healthy ecosystems, forests, oceans, biodiversity, soil, land water and groundwater systems then we may think about a secured future for our generations to come. For all this, we have to reduce our greed towards nature.
We must start sustainable and eco-friendly human behaviour towards our depleting ecosystems and it’s biodiversity. It is our fundamental duty towards Nature because we, humans, are responsible for all these going-on environment destructions on planet Earth. It’s our responsibility to take steps to make Earth a livable planet.
Let’s come together and live a sustainable, eco-friendly and ‘least carbon footprint’ life; transform carbon-friendly society to ‘carbon neutral society’, stop habitat loss and change ‘climate change’. We should live a balanced life both, for nature and us.
In future, only those nations will flourish who will have high green governance, high carbon negativity, high household size, high forest cover, high biodiversity, high sustainable development, high agriculture production, high level of education, high traditional knowledge, high self-reliance, high medical facilities, high renewable energy and high level of research and development.
So, let’s come together and make a better world for nature.