Air, minerals, plants, soil, water, and wildlife are all natural resources on the planet. Conservation is the process of caring for and protecting these resources in order to ensure that they are preserved for future generations. It entails preserving species variety, DNA, and ecosystems, as well as environmental services like nitrogen cycling.
While both conservation and preservation aim to conserve the environment, they go about it in different ways. Conservation aims to ensure that humans can utilise nature sustainably for activities like hunting, logging, and mining, whereas preservation aims to protect nature from human use.
Nature gives us everything we require on a daily basis. We began to over-exploit our resources as a result of overpopulation and human irresponsibility. If this trend continues, our future generations will be left with no resources. The following are reasons for resource conservation:
To promote life by promoting ecological harmony
To guarantee that future generations will have access to the resources
To protect the natural world's biodiversity
To safeguard the survival of the human race.
Every year on July 28th, different countries around the world commemorate World Nature Conservation Day.
The primary goal of World Nature Conservation Day is to protect the wildlife, trees, and plants of the earth's natural ecosystem.