Conservation

Why conservation; Need of a Sustainable use of Resources

The world from the very first day has been put on the verge of destruction by human being. Think of the human-induced fire in forests on daily basis for the clearing of forest for agriculture purposes, fragmentation of landmasses into small isolated pieces, huge mass of plastics flowing into the water daily, open mouths of chimneys of factories toward the upper atmosphere, overexploitation of the trees for human uses, overfishing in fresh and marine waters, killing of birds at high rate, use of pesticides and its flow into water and soil, garbage dumps like hills all are problems induced by us which turns the world to be highly warm in next decades.

Scientists have tried to document well that onward 1600AD we have lost over 1000 species on this globe. This figure may be uncertain due to two reasons. First, that it is still difficult to say that an organism X is now extinct. Second, we may have lost organisms that are still not discovered means which are still away from our eyes. Examples have been presented richly which are available in literature.

These above mention problems and much more are not induced in just a day but it took last hundred years to be in this state. Humans are shivering and hesitating to join hands for one, green and earth-for-all moto.  Questions have been raised over such situations like;

  1. Why carbon dioxide is becoming more concentrated in the atmosphere?
  2. Why this year is hotter than previous one?
  3. Who is responsible for this warmth?
  4. Will we be able to turn into the past secure globe again?
  5. What are the measures to be adopted in future for maintained earth temperature?
  6. How many organisms will be lost in future?
  7. Why scavengers like vultures are endangered?

Questions like above and many others have been answered by scientists but the situation is not so simple.  We need to join hands to save this planet earth for all organisms equally.

Let’s join our hands with the moto “Globe for all” and “We can, We Will”.

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Sohail Anjum

Sohail Anjum completed his undergraduate degree in Zoology from University of Malakand in September 2019. He is a young researcher in Ecology. He has also worked with IUCN as a Reviewer of Proposals for IUCN Congress 2020.

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