Nature surrounds us on land and in the sea. It is the mountains and the valleys, the forests and the deserts. The smallest insect to the largest mammal is all part of the nature that makes up our world. Unfortunately, we are not part of that description of the breathtaking wonders of our world. We, humans, are the observers, the admirers and sadly, often the desecrators of what we call nature. We are constantly being amazed by what we learn from nature and the pressure is on us to stop destroying it through greed and lack of understanding.
Can we learn to co-exist with Nature?
Yes, it is possible. Change is occurring all over the world, a recognition that we need to change how we treat nature, to stop destroying it. We need to improve our knowledge of what nature needs from us. We need scientists and experts to develop alternatives to using our forests, especially our rain forests. Our seas are over-fished, over-polluted and not entirely understood. Spending time on sites dedicated to nature in all its forms can help an individual become more aware of what is needed. Maritime site marittima.net is one such site, upgrade your information then you can pass your knowledge to others and collectively make a difference.
Be Vocal to Create Changes
Understanding nature, caring for nature, it all needs sharing. If you love insects, remember that they do not survive in isolation. Talk with gardeners, visit reserves and liaise with other groups. Disseminate your knowledge with school children, scouts, write articles or share those that have an active message via social media. To make changes in our world, big and small, we first need a voice to be heard. One persistent voice encouraging others to deepen their awareness and knowledge of nature can grow at a rapid rate to become a positive collective force for change. Don’t wait around for someone else to be that person; be that first lone voice.