The spirit of conservation is neither tedious nor arduous to follow; however, people nowadays are just ignoring the natural resources rather than the goods they can take from it. How can we dodge the possible sequel that may happen due to the rambunctious deeds of human? It is said, “What you plant is what you reap”, thus, if our nurturing mother earth suffers because of us, indeed, we must prepare to sacrifice for whatever we did to her will come back at us.
It is horrible to deem that one day, there will be no more earth for us to subsist. The reality is that, instead of giving implication to all indispensable things which are the priceless gifts of the nature, all we do are exploiting and exhausting our natural resources much more than we are protecting, replacing and conserving them. We should care for our environment to ensure the security and protection of the coming generation who will pass their judgment on us.
It is crucial to ponder that their can only be life for tomorrow if we safeguard the wealth which we have nowadays. The little things we do like throwing our candy wrappers and plastics trashes anywhere may just be insignificant to us but when they hoard will form pollutants that can even outlive human existence.
Hence, at this contemporary era, every country calls for teachers who are willing to commit themselves being a mediator of CONSERVATION. Let us spread our wings and together we’ll make a great difference.
Remember, there will be no next time to decide if what’s the exact opportunity to be a conservation-earth-conscious, it is now!

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Comment by ERNEL SALIGUMBA MERANO on September 27, 2013 at 6:22am

good ideas!

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 13, 2013 at 9:07am

Humanity should see it as a matter of urgency a need to  nurture a plant in his life time. In Nigeria for example, the first premier of northern Nigeria, late Sir Ahmadu Bello took a visionary leadership stand by ensuring that a particular specie of tree was massively planted in virtually all the parts of  northern Nigeria many years ago  given the position of the region with regards to high temperature in virtually all the seasons.Interestingly today, these trees  serve as shades for all and sundry.At the time he had the visionary look , most of the people benefiting from the shady and oxygen producing plant were not born as at the time Ahmadu Bello conceived that lofty idea

Let us all today nurture a plant.

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