Enough is enough ! I can’t take this any more somebody has to speak up ! we think that the world is fine and that humanity is safe though it’s not true. Aren’t you aware that the world is coming to an end or you just don’t care.
Over the years, religious groups, cult organisations and even ancient tribes told us that the end of the world is near and do you think that they are right about it ? Society, humanity and life itself is on the edge of being torn apart bit by bit and what are we doing… nothing ! Do you know that we as human beings may be causing the sixth great extinction in a half a billion years. Ignorance, money, greed, pride and corruption is making us loose our way. We are neglecting what is really important and this is why mother nature is screaming for our help.
It’s time to wake up, it’s time to admit that we are the main threat against humanity and the world , it’s time to realize what is happening around us and do something about it because we cannot keep going on like this. It’s time for us to stop treating each other and trying to destroy each other on the battlefield. So what if you are from a different race or you have different believes, we are all human. We need to start being able to live in harmony and peace with each other.
It says that the native Americans had such consideration for this planet and felt they they are responsible for how they left the land for the next 7 generations though nowadays most of us just don’t even care about tomorrow. We are the main cause of series disasters that are happening around us, infact since the Industrial Revolution, the earth populations has trippled and there isn’t enough food to go around, natural habitats have been destroyed,animals are being extinct and environments have been polluted, causing diseases in both humans and many other species of animals. It is also estimated that each one of us breathes 20,000 litres of air each day .Studies shows that only 22% of the world’s forest remain. Sure deforestation has paved the way for many positive uses of land but it also carries many dangers to the environment and humans as well. As humans we need trees to breathe, to give us medicine and to create life. We all know that 70% of the world is covered by water and that it’s a resource for both humans and the environment but I bet that you don’t know that water pollutions the second most imperative environmental concern along with air pollution. We are poisoning the seas and oceans by throwing chemical products, industrial and human wast.Water pollution affects the entire biosphere . It is a major global problem which requires ongoing evaluation and revision of water resource policy . It has been suggested that water pollution is the leading worldwide cause of deaths and diseases and that it accounts for the deaths of more than 14,000 people daily.
Human activities are also ripping a whole in the atmosphere. humans have increasingly been contributing unnatural sources of greenhouse gases into the system, causing the system to become unbalanced thus leading for the earth to become much more hotter thus leading the Earth into a “new state” that is becoming less hospitable to human life
During the past few years we have seen on the news , the natural disasters that has been causing havoc in today’s world, where millions of people have lost there lives and homes, devastating effects that shocked us to our core.
‘ the world is hurting,she is crying and her tears are deadly ‘
— March 11, 2011: A magnitude-9.0 earthquake off northeastern Japan causes a tsunami that sweeps onto the coast. About 19,000 people are killed and three nuclear reactors melt at the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant.
— Jan. 12, 2010: A 7.0 earthquake devastates Haiti’s capital and surrounding cities, killing 314,000 people.
— May 12, 2008: A 7.9 temblor in China’s Sichuan province kills 87,000 people. A disproportionate number of them were children killed when their shoddily built schools collapsed.
— May 2, 2008: The storm surge from Cyclone Nargis washes up densely populated areas around the Irrawaddy River delta in Myanmar, washing away whole farming villages. Around 138,000 people died.
— Oct. 8, 2005: A 7.6 earthquake kills about 80,000 people in northwestern Pakistan and Kashmir.
— Dec. 26, 2004: A 9.1 earthquake off western Indonesia triggers a tsunami in the Indian Ocean, killing 230,000 people in a dozen countries.
— Dec. 26, 2003: A 6.6 earthquake flattens the historic city of Bam in southeastern Iran, and some 26,000 people are killed.
We cannot change what has already been done, but we cannot continue going on this path. Having seen all this, my conclusion is that we cannot take anything for granted , our environment changes little by little each second of the day.