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The fifth of June is observed as world environment day. It was first assimilated in 1974. Fifth June is a special day dedicated to raising awareness on environmental issues.

It is said that there are so many worlds in this universe. Every world has its ecosystem but the earth is the most perfect one. From the beginning to till now still scientist is surprised that how the earth can create its energy with the help of the sun. But now this earth is in such a condition that we need to restore it. The idea of restoring the ecosystem was quite old but modern restoration ecology and its practice began in the earlier 19th century when people came to know that we damaged this globe. The restoration concept has largely focused on community ecology and ecosystem ecology with particular attention to plants. Animal restoration is also there along with.

Saving nature is saving self

We all human beings are a part of this globe. Everything we need from shelter to food has given by the environment. Even when a human being hits a tree with stone, the tree gives us fruit in return. Nature has given more than we ask for.

What is the celebration of environment day?

We celebrate environment Day on the fifth of June but it is not just a one-day celebration or taking care of a day but a beginning of taking care of the environment in our life as a part of life. People are talking about conserving the ecosystem but the very next day we see dried rivers, barren lands, thirsty throat, and a polluted atmosphere. So some great thinkers and nature lovers started this on a very basic level and now it is the need of all - save the environment.

Basic steps of Ecosystem restoration:

Restoration of an ecosystem means to renew and restore ecosystem and habitats damaged or destroyed in the environment by active human intervention and actions:

These are the basic steps we can implement:

  1. Erosion control

  2. Removal of non-native species and weeds

  3. The reintroduction of native species

  4. Reforestation

  5. Daylighting streams

  6. vegetation of the disturbed area

  7. Reduction in use of plastic

  8. Maintain food chain

  9. Reduction in use of mobile phones.

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