World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated worldwide on 28 July to raise awareness about protecting nature and conserving our natural resources.
With problems such as deforestation and the increase in illegal wildlife trade, nature conservation has risen in many countries’ list of priorities.
Our Earth does not have an unlimited amount of things, like we need water, trees, soil, etc. and World Nature Conservation Day is marked internationally to spread awareness about best practices to protect natural resources Can go
In India, increasing urbanization has led to issues such as lack of habitat for wildlife, damage to forest, and pollution. The government has recognized this as a problem and has taken the initiative to reverse it.
Here are some things that we can start practicing as a contribution towards maintaining balance and practicing sustainable life…
1. Avoid wastage of food, water, and regular use items.
2. Save energy by switching off lights, fans and air conditioners when not in use.
3. Avoid wasting water after brushing or washing hands and close the tap thoroughly.
4. Rainwater harvesting during monsoon season
Practice these small steps towards a sustainable lifestyle to protect and preserve nature.