IMPORTANCE OF NATURE
What is the importance of taking care of our Mother Nature?
The ecosystem helps in providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate, conserving water, preserving soil, supporting wildlife, and many more. It provides habitat for more than 80% of the land animals here on Earth. Without these planted trees and forest creatures, they would have nothing to call home for us humans and most especially to the land animals.
There are organizations who aim to plant more than a billion trees in every part of the world to save the Earth and make it more greenery.
Like us in Praadukts’, our vision is not to make business and have a huge profit. We are invested in giving back to our mother nature that’s why we collaborated with Tree-Nation who is into reforestation.
There are lots of ways for us humans to give back to our mother nature in our own simple ways. Are you interested?
1. Plant Trees
Reforestation is the answer to save our planet. Expulsion of the green cover from the outside of the earth has gotten normal because of different reasons like woodland fires, human needs, illegal logging, agricultural necessities, and mining.
Deforestation is a serious threat to us and is considered a major issue that has risen like the greenhouse effect. Forest has been a home for our land animals and a provider for us. Therefore, reforestation is a significant part to conquer deforestation.
2. Use Reusable Bags
Plastic bags that get thrown out end up in anywhere and it takes time to decompose. Also, it suffocates animals who get stuck in them, especially sea creatures.
Whenever you are shopping for food, clothes or books, always use an eco bag. First, it reduces the litter, and it is made of biodegradable materials such as canvas and jute.
If it happens that you left your bags at home, buy a new one instead of switching to plastic bags.
Recycling is such a simple thing to do, but still, some people don’t do it and it’s time for us to take these recycling habits seriously – both at home and outside your premises.
It helps conserve natural resources, protect ecosystems & wildlife, reduce demand for raw materials, and save energy as well.
It sounds great, right? But most of us missed to do that.
4. Conserve Water
Every one of us depends on water to sustain life and it is our responsibility to keep it pure and safe for generations to come.
Water is wasted more frequently than we know. By simply, turning off the faucet when no one uses it, don’t open the shower yet until you have started, and many more! Changing these habits will benefit both the environment and your savings.
Composting has a lot of benefits as it promotes higher yields of crops, provides cost savings over conventional soil, and many more!
By combining organic wastes, like wasted food, yard trimmings, and manures you can compost the soil to provide rich and natural soil to grow plants, flowers, vegetables, etc.
6. Save Energy
As we all know, whenever power consumption is low, you reduce the number of toxic fumes released by power plants, and that protects our ecosystem.
By simply turning off the lights, the television, and other appliances when you are not using them, we make our world happier.
Together, let's make a difference and give back to nature and help us fill the Forest of Praadakts with trees of hope for the next coming years!
Help us plant more and more trees until the Forest of Praadukts’ is full of trees with fresh air and home of the animals!