Bhubaneswar, July 28: On the occasion World Nature Conservation Day, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said let’s all learn to live in harmony with nature and keep it healthy for future generations.
The CM said that the sustainable management of natural resources and bounties of Mother Earth is deeply linked to human health and better future.
Let’s know the history and significance of the day
The World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated on July 28 to raise awareness about protecting the natural resources and to make people understand the importance of the conservation of nature.
The history and origin of the World Nature Conservation Day is unknown but the main aim of celebrating it on July 28 is to come together and support nature, rather destroying it.
Conservation of nature is the wise management and utilisation of natural resources. As we know that due to natural imbalance, we are facing several problems like global warming, various diseases, natural disasters, increased temperature, etc.
Therefore, for the next generation, it is necessary to preserve it. So, it is important to raise awareness among people all over the world to understand the importance of saving resources, recycle it, preserve it, and also understand the consequences of damaging it.