Conservation of nature means the preservation of forests, land, water bodies, and conservation of resources such as minerals, land, vegetation, animals, fuels, natural gases, etc., to ensure that all these continue to be available in plenty.
How many times have we seen a lush green area being robbed of its trees & charm over years? How many times have we seen the greens replaced by the dusty greys & sooty blacks of the urbanized culture? Innumerable accounts to be vaguely precise!
Did you know that there are 35 World Heritage Sites in India, recognized by UNESCO? Many of these are places of cultural & architectural heritage which are proud jewels of our country. It is thus very disappointing when our own people without realizing the worth of these national heritages malign their walls with
A stray dog follows you around sniffing for food-Do you stop by to give it some or just shoo it away? Probably the later! You see a roadside cow eating out of a community garbage bin. Do you stop by to inform about it to the local authorities & veterinary clinic or just blame the owner who couldn’t feed it well & move on?
Have you noticed that the amount & varieties of birds or animals have declined sharply over the last few decades? Cities these days hardly see birds except the omnipresent pigeons, crows & a few others. So where have the rest gone?