Today, as the population of India is increasing the area of free natural land is decreasing. In India, the urban areas are rarely reserving any area for the development of plants and animals. And most of the land in cities is covered with pollution and population. Wild life sanctuaries and national parks alone are not enough for the conservation of nature. The hazards of urbanization over plants animals and man himself are now in front of man. The number of rabies patients is increasing because of street dogs, the amount of garbage in cities is also increasing as the roads and colonies of cities are holding a good amount of waste which is littered by stray animals. The decreasing number of trees is also responsible for the depletion of Earth’s resources. But its not that this problem cannot be solved, if each time we construct a house we leave a piece of land for the development of trees and plants or if we bring home a street dog as a pet. In this way we can help in decreasing this problem. So, lets all work together to make this world a better place to live!
Laxmi Nagar, Sarwal