Yesterday ,today and tomorrow! What the people of the past left,made us see the beauty of Nature today..should we also let the future generations see what we have today ?
According to the National Geographic , "Conservation is the practice of caring for these resources so all living things can benefit from them now and in the future." As for me, I define conservation as a dynamic way to protect and care for our mother nature. But as advancement in technology and economic development progressed , our environment at the same time is also destroyed because of our negligence. We now experiencing climate change due to our poor actions. Let us not wait that this creatures and plants we have, will only be seen and enjoyed in museums. .Wake up if you are still asleep!the nature is calling!!!.
As what one of my favorite saying stated and I qoute, We Want To Change Society, But We’re Forgetting To Change Ourselves First. And yes I am guilty of this!I dream of changing the world when I was young and I grew old I came to see the reality that I cannot change the world if it will not stop from myself.what I can do and what to continuously do is:
1.Call awareness. Through posting nature photography that I love for others to see how beautiful our earth is.
2. Reduce,reuse and recycle plastic usage through using recyclable bags for daily use to minimize daily consumption of plastics since I am bringing my baon/snack everyday.
3. Conserve water usage and if possible reuse
4. Do not waste paper and if possible reuse as scratch papers 5. IMPORTANTLY, proper disposal of garbage and if trashcan is not available put in your pockets of your jeans or bag.😊I believe, if you love your home ,you wouldn't do anything to destroy it😊 #smallwaysBigchange #Explorerencounters #masungigeoeserve #pinaswonders @natgeo