The French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery wrote: “We are all passengers of one ship, which is called Earth.” Therefore, the sacred duty of each of us is a constant concern for the well-being of our common home, for its future. Carefully, sensitively, it is necessary to treat not only the person, but also everything that surrounds him. Attitude to nature is a sign of morality and an indicator of the level of human culture.
A cultured, well-bred person always feels a constant connection with nature, refers to it from the standpoint of ecology. But when this connection is interrupted, the consequences can be extremely negative. Someone thinks: “Maybe nothing will happen if I break only one twig, I will tear only one flower, I will catch a butterfly, I will drink birch sap.” Such “nature lovers”, as a rule, only rarely come to the forest, on the river bank, and you can not name them too educated. Perhaps you also had to see scorched meadows, broken trees and bushes, terrible garbage dumps left by such “lovers” after “wonderfully spent On Nature Time.”
Remember: nature needs your help. Helping nature, you return debts, compensating what you or your predecessors took: plant trees,...
As a result of human activity, dozens of species of plants and animals, microorganisms disappear every year from the earth, the depths of the earth are depleted. Severe losses bring nature to war, which is not only immoral in nature, but also threatens with a real ecological catastrophe.
Norms of ethics, regulating people’s behavior in interaction with nature, were created long ago. But in modern society, they, changing, relate to the behavior not only of individuals, but also of countries and their governments.
Being on the nature – to visit the area outside of large cities, settlements, where there is a lot of greenery, air, etc.
Ecological disaster – an accident that, as a rule, arises from the rash actions of a person in relation to nature and causes harm to nature, creates unfavorable, difficult conditions for the existence of nature. Ecology – the relationship between a person, an animal, a plant and the environment; section of biology, where the links between organisms and the environment are studied.