This is a resource for moderate information on state of affairs and resources of natural resource conservation. Read further on conservation of natural resources, lands, and species. Make reflection on what is important to legacy of our generational impact by reading about; water conservation, green energy, recycling, composting, native flora, reducing consumption, and perspective.
Habitat conservation is the essence of maintaining the natural flora and fauna without human interference to their natural cycles. There are many national parks and local state parks which are secured as preservation status that prevents human development and other possible intervention that could harm the . . . continue reading!
Water conservation is often tied to drought, especially in desert region such as Southern California. When I think of conserving water, I am reminded to do simple things like; fix leaky faucets, take shorter showers, use water effient appliances, etc. But there are far more exercises we can each take part. Read more!
Natural resources exist in a finite quantity such as coal, oil, natural gas, etc. As a society, our greed fuels our lust for consumption. These resources have been a powerful source of energy for hundreds of years which have been a springboard into the modern day of humanity. We owe our prosperity and expansion of civilization to these fuels. They have launched rockets into space to land man on the Moon, and robots on Mars. They have . . . continue reading!
The moto, Reduce. Reuse. Recycle, it may not be profound, but it's simplicity should be a daily reminder. Consumption reduction might be the most difficult credo to adhere, but reusing and recycling should be excuse to no one. The waste of packaging materials and disposing of reuseable materials should at minimum be a rehearsed exercise. We would not pour our motor oil down the sink, but most have no problems disposing of plastics with their garbage. Read more!
For more information, I suggest you do your own research to see what you can do to help. Here are some links to get you started.
- Water Conservation
- Newable Energy
- State Parks and Conservation
Words of Wisdom
Conservation is nothing new. This knowlege has been supressed by those who facilitate our greed. Society has the strength to succumb to the power at hand for riches of ignorance. But that same strength has the ability to endure such possition when survival is concerned.
Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children's children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance.