DB HSE International whole Team was invited in this Colloquium on Environmental Conservation. Mr. Debjyoti Biswas GradIOSH (CEO and Founder of DB HSE International) was specially revered and appreciated by the whole community for his specular speech on Environmental Conservation.
The whole DB HSE International team was welcomed and embraced with recognition and reward. We are proud to represent DB HSE International in such an educational and well organised conference. We Thank Mr. Souvik Paul for inviting us as Guests to attend the Colloquium.
We only have one world to live on. The earth is rich in resources, some renewable and others not, but we have an ever-growing population that puts all of these resources at risk. As a result, it is uncertain what future generations will discover, if at all, and what life will be like for them if we exhaust all present resources. To address this issue and guarantee that we leave some resources for the future, environmental conservation comes into play, and this article will go into further detail on the subject. Environmental conservation is the activity of people rescuing the environment from species extinction and ecosystem devastation caused mostly by pollution and human activities. Because we are all dependent on one another for survival, conservation is critical in conserving and aiding both animals and trees.
Trees transform CO2 from industries into oxygen, which lets humans breathe and respire. The extinction of species means that they are eternally lost and cannot be viewed or examined by interested eyes or scholarly minds. Furthermore, such ecological loss or destruction would disrupt the food web, causing havoc in the whole ecosystem. There is much work to be done to rehabilitate and safeguard what remains of our natural resources and biodiversity within our ecosystems. Environmental conservation is an umbrella phrase that encompasses all we do to safeguard our planet and conserve its natural resources so that all living things might live better lives.
Environmental conservation and preservation are two concepts that are sometimes used interchangeably, despite the fact that they are very distinct. The appropriate management of the environment and its resources for present and future usage is referred to as conservation. Preservation, on the other hand, is a much tighter method in which the environment, lands, and natural resources are stored, not to be eaten by people, but to be preserved in their pure state. If people are to use the land, it should only be for its natural beauty and inspiration. Gifford Pinchot brought up and championed conservation (1865-1946). During the expansion phase, he was troubled by the tactics employed to modify the ground on which the United States currently resides. The majority of woods were clear- cut, which meant that all of the trees were taken down at the same time.
Pinchot objected to this strategy because he considered forests as an important supply of lumber. According to him, the woods should have been maintained in a way that allowed for both human growth and the correct use of natural resources.