How Conserving Our Ecosystems Now Could Save Billions: The Crucial Intersection of Economy and Environment

June 19, 2024
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How Conserving Our Ecosystems Now Could Save Billions: The Crucial Intersection of Economy and Environment Photo Credits : Nestle(ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERCIAL-NODERIVS 2.0 GENERIC CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Deed)
How Conserving Our Ecosystems Now Could Save Billions: The Crucial Intersection of Economy and Environment Photo Credits: Ndstle (ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERCIAL-NODERIVS 2.0 GENERIC CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Deed)

The principles of sustainable development are: Conservation of the ecosystem or the environment, Conservation of Biodiversity of the planet, Sustainable development of the society, Conservation of human resources, and Population control and management. Sustainable development is a concept that facilitates development without depriving future generations of the ability to meet future needs.

The first principle of Sustainable Development is conservation of the ecosystem or the environment. “Plan or perish” is the new mantra of sustainable development . In order to have sustainable development , we have to conserve the existing ecosystem. We have to follow nature to conserve the environment. Planting trees and not cutting trees is one of the ideal solutions.

The second principle of sustainable development  is: conservation of Biodiversity of the planet. There is an abundance of flora and fauna in nature. This Biodiversity will have to be conserved for sustainable development . Society is to develop. But it should not be at the cost of losing ecological balance. New ways and means are to be found to have development that can be sustained.

There are billions of people on this planet. This human resource is invaluable for sustainable development . Conservation of human resources is thus an integral part of sustainable development . But lopsided increase in population hampers sustainable development . Therefore, population has to be controlled. An uncontrolled population will lead to malnutrition, starvation, and death.

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The basic needs of the present population, that is food, clothing, and shelter, are to be fulfilled. So the management of the population is necessary. For this purpose, reforms are to be introduced in agriculture. Organic farming is to be introduced. Conservation of soil is important. Management of available water is to be done.

In fact, future wars will be fought on the issue of water distribution. Nothing is unlimited. The modern methods of farming are helpful in increasing food items. The global gender gap is to be bridged.

Govind Tekale

Embarking on a new journey post-retirement, Govind, once a dedicated teacher, has transformed his enduring passion for current affairs and general knowledge into a conduit for expression through writing. His historical love affair with reading, which borders on addiction, has evolved into a medium to articulate his thoughts and disseminate vital information. Govind pens down his insights on a myriad of crucial topics, including the environment, wildlife, energy, sustainability, and health, weaving through every aspect that is quintessential for both our existence and that of our planet. His writings not only mirror his profound understanding and curiosity but also serve as a valuable resource, offering a deep dive into issues that are critical to our collective future and well-being.

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