Indian Youth Club plans to protect environment by doing following things Conservation & survey of flora, fauna, forests and wildlife, Prevention and control of pollution, Afforestation & regeneration of degraded areas, Protection of environment, all within the frame work of legislations. Collection and dissemination of environmental information.
Indian Youth Club plans to organize various seminars and workshops for Creation of environmental awareness among all sectors of the country’s population.
Discussion concerning environmental protection often focuses on the role of government, legislation and enforcement, however in its broadest sense environmental protection may be seen to be the responsibility of all people and not simply that of government. Decisions that impact on the environment will ideally involve a broad range of stakeholders including industry, indigenous groups, environmental group and community representatives. Gradually environmental decision-making processes are evolving to reflect this broad base of stakeholders and are becoming more collaborative in many countries.
Environmental protection is influenced by three interwoven factors: environmental legislation, ethics and education. Each of these factors plays its part in influencing national level environmental decisions and personal level environmental values and behaviors. For environmental protection to become a reality it will be important for societies to develop each of these areas that together will inform and drive environmental decisions. Although environmental protection is not simply the role of government agencies they are however generally seen as being of prime importance in establishing and maintaining basic standards that protect both the environment and the people interacting with it.
Outlined below are several approaches to environmental protection that are currently evolving. Further discussion on approaches to environmental protection is included on the pages related to natural resource management, environmental governance and environmental law.
Protection of the Environment
A clean and healthy environment is part and parcel of the wealth and quality of life that we desire for ourselves now and for our children in the future. People demand that the air they breathe, the water they drink, and the food they eat is free of pollution and contaminants; they want to live undisturbed by noise, and they want to enjoy the beauty of the countryside, unspoiled coastlines and mountain areas. They also want a world that is not threatened by climate change.
Healthy and balanced natural systems are essential for supporting life on this planet. Society relies on nature to provide us with the resources for our survival: air, water, food, fibers, medicines, and building materials. Children need to grow up aware of the nature around them. As human beings we have a responsibility to preserve the actual value of nature both for ourselves and for future generations.
In recent decades, there has been a growing realization that the quality of our air, water, soil, and food affect the quality of our health and of our lives. This ranges from increased allergies, respiratory disease, and cancers to the disorder of the body’s hormone and fertility systems, and premature death. The causes of our various environment-health pr
The scientific researches, conducted over centuries, show that the pollution of the atmosphere reached its top. The contaminants in the air have a negative impact on the health of children, as well as adults. Our respiratory organs, our vision, and our hearing are damaged because of the high amounts of contaminants in the air, water, and soil. A substantial number of people have conditions such as asthma, other respiratory problems or difficulties with additional organs of the body. The contaminants in the air have not only affected humans, but animals as well.
Scientists warn that climate change, pollution, and other factors may be acting together. This decline has been happening around the world. Costa Rica’s golden toad has not been seen in the wild since 1989. Some people will say they don’t care, but scientists are alarmed because the frog symbolizes the link between the soil, the water, and the air. Much like humans, they enjoy an intimate contact with all three of these vital properties.
The soil is a natural formation that holds a number of qualities necessary for a living creature. One of the most important qualities of the soil it is its fertility. As human beings, we don’t fully appreciate the value and the great importance of soil free of contaminants. Frequently, we encounter the remainders of construction sites such as: panels, blocks, bricks covered with ashes, and slag. Automobile parts often are cast out and leak fluids onto the soil. As a result, iron and other metals penetrate the soil. Thus, hazardous compounds of arsenic, mercury, and copper accrue into the soil. Therefore, the ever-increasing cycle of the amounts of contents of lead in the soil is never stopped. We can observe this especially on the sides of our roads and highways. Even such substances as mineral fertilizers, created to enhance the soil, can cause damage.
When houses are built on previously contaminated land, pesticides can easily be brought into the house from the soil, where they contaminate the home in the form of house dust. Pesticide exposure via house dust has been shown to cause higher serum levels of pesticides than what is incurred by eating contaminated foods. There is also the possibility of pesticide contamination by the growing of vegetables in the home garden.
Topic: The environment is getting worse and worse. What do you think individuals should do to protect environment?
Most of people’s activities have impact on environment, both in negative or positive sides. However, the environment is getting worse and worse and now it’s the right time for any person to think of the things they can do to protect the environment as well as their own life. There are three easily things that anyone can do to save our Earth.
Firstly, by protecting plants and trees, we can improve the ecosystem. It can also help balance the climate and reduce the global warming phenomenon. However, the word “protect” here doesn’t either mean that people shouldn’t cut off trees for their economic purposes nor they have to do the huge things. They can take care of trees around their houses; plant them more and more indoors or the surroundings. In addition, trying to limit the demand of using wooden furniture as much as possible is also a good way to reduce the number of cut – off trees.
Secondly, whenever we can, we should save our energy. In this modern life, almost devices need electricity to operate. And people usually take use of its convenience but forget all about its bad effects. The more energy we use, the more our environment has to suffer. The more energy we can save and change to use “clean energy”, i.e. solar and wind one, the more nature resources will be kept. For instance, from the little things like switch off unnecessary device, using bio fuels will contribute much in the environment protecting campaign.
Finally, keep your living environment clean is the fastest and the easiest way to protect our environment. If every individual person can be aware of this issue, not only their house but also the whole street, city or even the world can be much cleaner and purer. We should put the trash in the correct areas, take part in the project of Indian youth club to both increase.