It is important to make known in this article a term very named by human beings in different themes, but that in reality most do not value the meaning of what Nature represents for societies. It is worth mentioning that many tend to confuse nature with the environment and in reality, the environmental environment is part of nature as the universe of the world or the planet in general. Man is producing ecological imbalances in nature, in each of his activities that cause environmental problems that deteriorate the quality of natural elements and environments.
Nature is the entire physical and natural universe like animals, plants, ecosystems, organisms, earth, water, atmosphere, climate, wind, energy, humans and all natural environments as a vital part of the environment. It is the natural world of planet earth as a fundamental system for the development of human life and biological diversity.
Nature can be vegetable as the set of plants that grow and reproduce in a given environment, animal formed by the animal species of an area and human nature, as the set of human beings that form society. Nature is related and interacts with both humanity and the planet’s biodiversity.
Nature plays a fundamental role like all things created from the beginning of the creation of humanity, it is a guarantee of stability and vital services such as food security, clothing, natural medicines, energy, raw material production , recreation, tourism, relaxation, regulation, rain, temperature, natural resources such as air, water, water, soil, flora and fauna, among other benefits to support life in today’s world.
So, taking care of nature is taking care of the environment, natural resources and life itself. Humanity must protect, maintain and conserve all creation for life on earth, for an ecological balance of the food chain, to ensure the vital resources for the development of societies and for a better quality of life for the present and future. generations.
On the other hand, the main environmental problems or impacts that are causing imbalances in nature are:
- Urban growth.
- Lack of culture or environmental ignorance.
- Model of economic, industrial, and technological development.
- Environmental pollution.
- Fossil fuels.
- Overexploitation and unsustainable use of natural resources such as air, water, soil, flora and fauna.
- Human activities of industrial, agricultural, domestic, agricultural, economic, social, political and cultural origin.
- Solid waste or garbage.
- Biodiversity loss.
- Fragmentation and degradation of ecosystems, habitats and natural environments.
- Desertification and desertification.
- Forest fires.
- Opencast mining.
- Phenomenon of the child.
- Acid rain.
- Greenhouse effect.
- Climate change.
- Natural phenomena
- Global warming.
For each of these problems that impact nature, it is that human beings must take care of their natural environment if they want to continue living and for that they have to start right now by activating the following environmental conservation measures for sustainable development:
- Know the environmental problem both local, regional, national and global.
- Promote the environmental education of present and future generations.
- Awaken the environmental awareness of other people.
- Relate children from an early age with nature.
- Educate in both human and environmental values.
- Promote harmony and balance between man and nature.
- Promote good health and quality of life.
- Training of professionals and specialists in ecology and environment.
- Promote the natural sciences.
- Promote public policies in favor of the environment.
- Environmental conservation of ecosystems, habitats, natural areas and any urban environment.
- Environmental sanitation that guarantees the health of all environmental elements.
- Sustainable projects
- Sustainable mobility.
- Leave the demand for cars and start riding a bicycle.
- Ecological agriculture.
- Ecological tourism
- Rational use of water and electricity.
- Biodegradable and ecological products.
- Plant trees.
- Promote renewable energy such as solar energy.
- Consume responsibly and natural foods.
- Take care and conserve biodiversity.
- Participate in environmental programs or campaigns.
- Recycle to reintegrate garbage.
- Reduce, recycle and reuse.
- Promote sustainable and sustainable development.