TAKING CARE OF NATURE

TAKING CARE OF NATURE

Currently, we live in a world that is awash with pollution, much of which is caused by its residents. Many of our daily activities contribute to pollution, even if we are not conscious of it. As a result, we must become conscious of the situation and do everything we can to avoid it from worsening. We are gradually degrading the natural world of our planet. The forests that we are deforesting are home to roughly 70% of the flora and animals. According to an FAO analysis, over 129 million hectares of forest were lost between 1990 and 2020. Not only does the manufacturing of paper result in deforestation in the major woods, but it also results in the removal of trees that have always been present in cities. We must all work together to alter this condition. That is why MoreApp urges businesses to abandon paper forms in favour of digital forms. It may not be the final solution to entirely eliminate the problem, but it is a step in the right direction. We can make a difference in the world if we work together. This transformation begins with you. The students wrote the short narrative to demonstrate some of the environmental benefits of the COVID-19 shutdown. Even in difficult times, the efforts of each individual student come together to deliver significant messages about how we must treat our environment. The story is told from the viewpoint of mother nature, who has ‘awakened’ in the midst of lockdown and is now ‘breathing again,’ ‘serene,’ ‘joyous,’ and ‘free.’ Mother nature has “never been treated like this before,” according to the account. People have been chopping down my trees, killing wildlife, polluting the air, and littering my seas with garbage.

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