On June 5, 2020, World Environment Day celebrates its 46th anniversary. This year, the focus – For Nature – calls our attention to the increasing instability of natural systems like climate and fresh water, advising us to take action to protect the Earth that we share.
The United Nations Environment Programme calls attention to how we are all connected to Nature that is under siege throughout the world and within our own local environments as well as how intimately we depend on it. It challenges us to be part of the solution and join in the global call to respect & maintain the best health For Nature.
As individuals connected to nature, respecting and caring for our natural environments, we can harness our efforts as a collective power that has a legacy of real and lasting impact on the planet.
It’s vital we connect and remain connected to nature around us. Our lives and livings depend on natural resources. Our future well-being depends on our ability to live with all other living things on our little blue planet. When we are mindful of how we manage our air and lands and seas, we can help our planet sustain us.
B Bondar / Real World Content Advantage