Every year, July 28 is observed as the World Nature Conservation Day which is celebrated internationally to generate awareness among people to preserve Mother Earth and its resources without depletion.
The day converges to make the people conscious about the natural resources and to use it productively without over-exploitation and misuse.
As an accountable citizen, we need to practice a sustainable life with conserved use of nature gifted resources. Initiating from the home vegetable garden to planting trees on roadsides and various activities, we can sustain nature for more benefits for the existing as well as the future generations.
The Ministry of Culture has tweeted a video with a caption stating, “Nature worship is indeed an integral part of the Indian Culture. On the occasion of #WorldNatureConservationDay let’s all take a pledge to protect, conserve, and sustainably manage our natural resources and make this world a more reliable and suitable place for our future generations”
Nature worship is indeed an integral part of the Indian Culture. On the occasion of #WorldNatureConservationDay let’s all take pledge to protect, conserve, and sustainably manage our natural resources and make this world a better and healthier place for our future generations. pic.twitter.com/iI8xHJgVq4
— Ministry of Culture (@MinOfCultureGoI) July 28, 2020
The food we eat, the air we breathe, the habitats, climate, animals, birds everything originates from nature.
Petroleum Conservation Research Association tweeted, “Together, let’s work towards achieving a pollution-free, green, fuel-efficient and sustainable planet. Let’s be mindful while using natural resources and start their conservation today”.
Together, let’s work towards achieving a pollution free, green, fuel efficient and sustainable planet. Let’s be mindful while using natural resources and start their conservation today. #WorldConservationDay #ConserveFuture #PCRA #WorldNatureConservationDay @dpradhanbjp pic.twitter.com/aZQYw3LsAT
— Petroleum Conservation Research Association (@pcraindia) July 28, 2020
The massive boom in the population all over the world leads to the depletion of natural resources as well as created various environmental issues like the ozone layer depletion, global warming, natural calamities like flood, tsunami, cyclone and the most recent Amazon rainforest fires.
Create awareness among the public and ask them to adopt nature-friendly measures to conserve natural resources. All should adopt a sustainable lifestyle for a better future. Minimise the usage of non-recyclable items.