World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated on July 28 around the globe in order to spread awareness about the importance of natural resources and motivate people about the things of protecting natural resources. World Nature Conservation Day known as a healthy environment is a source for a healthy and productive society and to make sure the well-being of present and upcoming generations, we all must do things to conserve, protect, and sustainably manage our natural resources.
Nature conservation means protecting nature so that it is not destroyed. It also means utilize natural resources properly so that needs of the current generation can be satisfied without compromising the coming generation’s ability to maximize their own needs. The most basic reason for conservation is to promote biodiversity and protect wildlife. Protecting wildlife and saving it for coming generations also means that the animals we love don’t become just a memory. And we can maintain a functional and healthy ecosystem.
How to observe World Nature Conservation Day?
On this Day, circulate a message about the importance of conservation of nature with your family and friends. We should understand the Value and Importance of our natural resources. The day is celebrated by planting trees, participating in the events, seminars conducted by different organizations. World celebrates World Nature Conservation
How can we conserve nature?
Planting trees for our environment is great as they are renewable, recyclable, and biodegradable.
It means careful and economical use of water. We should save water as it is a precious natural resource.
Reduce the use of electricity:
If we use less energy then power plants will need to produce less electricity, as a result, a reduction in the number of fossil fuels burned every day.
Everyone should understand and aware of the importance and value of our natural resources.
Use Less Paper:
We must try to use less paper as far as it is possible and switch to digital mode. The benefit of reducing paper consumption is saving the trees and the world.