WHAT CAN WE DO NOW?

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is a direct consequence of

our broken relationship with nature. Scientists have long been warning us that

humanity’s destruction of nature, left unchecked, will result in the spread of

deadly diseases, droughts, famines and other disasters. For decades, amid the

hustle and bustle of our daily lives, these warnings fell on deaf ears. But we

no longer have the luxury to ignore the deep interconnection between human

health and nature. The continuous loss of habitats and biodiversity is threatening

the existence of all living beings, including us.

This is where conservation comes into play. Conservation is

the strongest weapon we have to protect the planet we call home. But while

conservation is crucial for our survival, its importance is not being

communicated to masses in an efficient way, especially where it matters the

most in the world. interiorsafarisea.com



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