We need to be more careful with nature in the future

We need to be more careful with nature in the future
Climate mutations and rising temperatures affect all segments of society and life, but nature suffers the most and most seriously. Therefore, according to nature, he should be more careful in the future. It is known that on the north side of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest has disappeared and much of the ice is disappearing (due to global warming). In the coming years, most of the glaciers will disappear, ie more than 80% of the ice from the entire Himalayan range in the next decades. It is possible to completely drain the largest rivers in the area (Mekong, Yangtze and Ganges).
The concentration of carbon dioxide increases with age and thus the temperature. Today, the reality is climate change and extreme weather conditions. Scientists say that man is seriously involved in the problem of global warming, which has already reached truly serious proportions. Excessive carbon dioxide emissions have raised the global temperature by about one degree C. The planet is warmer than ever in the last 12,000 years, which is why many people fear the heat of Armageddon and say that people should do everything to prevent disaster. Otherwise, the climate chaos will cause a rise in temperature that will change all segments of life. The worst-case scenario says global per capita consumption would fall by 20% and a rising sea level could displace 200 million people. Droughts could create hundreds of millions of climate refugees, melting glaciers would cause water supply to every 6 inhabitants of the Earth, and as many as 40% of plant and animal species would disappear forever.
Climate change is causing economic, cultural and environmental damage at an accelerated pace. The planet and nature are under constant stress, and even optimistic forecasts say that the beautiful Amazon River will be turned into a bar, river deltas into savannas, the Alps without snow. Victoria Falls, for example, has been hit by climate change, deforestation and the expansion of agriculture. NASA satellite imagery confirms that Africa’s great rivers are slowly but surely drying up. The drought also affects the Zambezi River, which could seriously threaten Victoria’s 100-meter-high waterfalls. The Bering Sea is getting poorer due to rising temperatures and the sudden melting of ice. The lack of food has caused the number of fish, seals, whales, dolphins and polar bears to be halved. The green oases of Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique (due to greater deforestation and frequent fires) are beginning to suffer. The coastal forests of East Africa are a beautiful setting where elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, lions live. Their survival is seriously threatened by habitat depletion and sudden climate change. North America’s largest Chihuahua desert at 363 square kilometers also suffers from deforestation, uncontrolled grazing and large-scale exploitation of water from the Rio Grande River. Chihuahua, the largest desert in North America, is also home to over 3,500 plants and animals.
Underwater is also in a very bad situation
A large coral reef in Australia is suffering from rising water temperatures. An increase of one to two degrees is enough for this natural gem to die in the next 100 years. The biodiversity of the coral reef (estimated by experts at $ 30 billion) is also in serious trouble. Over 1,500 aquatic species and 12,000 jobs related to fishing and tourism are on the brink of survival. Rising sea levels are the result of melting polar ice and an increasing number of tourists (over 13 million a year) are threatening to wipe out Venice (Serenissima) from the face of the Earth’s surface. Floods in this area have been 50 times more frequent in recent years than in the early 20th century. If the threats of some experts that the water level will increase by 5 meters in the next 50 to 100 years are realized, then Venice could really sink. Rising sea levels are threatening the entire Apennine Peninsula as 75% of the population lives off the coast, in Sicily in the Valley of the Temples, a mega-industrial gas processing plant threatening to destroy a unique landscape. Ice and snow in the Himalayas covers about 3,000 square kilometers. White cover is becoming less and less due to global warming and rivers are becoming poorer in water. Water shortages could soon affect 500 million people and threaten 40% of India’s agriculture. Between 30 and 60% of the Amazon could become dry savannah in less than 50 years. Uncontrolled deforestation, fires and climate change threaten the Amazon region, home to more than 40,000 plant and 427 species of mammals.
The Galapagos is an attractive tourist destination consisting of 14 islands of volcanic origin in the Pacific, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List for 50 years due to their natural beauty and rare animals (iguanas, giant turtles). The archipelago could regularly host about 100,000 tourists, although this destination is visited by 10 times more guests every year. This remote natural paradise is showing increasing signs of fatigue and pollution.
That is why the task of all people is to save the planet Earth, plant and animal species, the whole planet, and thus save our own lives and the survival of the human species.




  1. Tourism has always a negative effect on nature but a very good effect on the bank account.
    It would be good if the money was used to e nvironement protection but it’s not always the case.

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    • Dear Rudi,

      Totally agreed. But on the other hand many people live and rise children thanks to tourism businesses. Generally we just need to pay more attention to all of our close surrounding and all places we visit, as well. Wishing you very best.

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