The importance of a healthy environment for a stable and healthy human society is recognized on World Nature Conservation Day. Every year on July 28, it is commemorated.
The primary goal of World Nature Conservation Day is to save the animals and trees that are on the verge of extinction in the Earth’s natural environment.
Importance of Nature Conservation Day
– Resource conservation is critical to the protection of our mother Earth. The earth’s natural beauty may be preserved through protecting numerous natural components such as water, air, soil, energy, plants, minerals, fauna, and so on.
History of Nature Conservation Day
The origins and history of World Nature Conservation Day are unknown, but the major goal of commemorating it on July 28 is for humanity to reflect on how they use nature and take measures to conserve it.
Due to the overexploitation of natural resources, mankind are suffering the wrath of global climate change, numerous diseases, natural disasters, increasing temperature, and so on.