How Do We Lose the War Against Nature?

People are in direct interaction with nature. Man’s relationship with nature is innate. People who establish a permanent and permanent relationship in line with their basic needs meet a large part of their nutritional, shelter and protection needs from nature. On the other hand, human being is in an unbroken integrity with nature as a living being that is completely in ecological balance. People take part in movements that harm nature as a result of the development of technology and the degeneration of human desires. This is why environmental pollution is a problem for humanity. When it comes to environmental pollution, pollution with long-term and disastrous results should come to mind rather than short-term pollution. Water, air, sound, noise, light pollution, industrial wastes, intensities brought by urbanization cause long-term damage to the world and naturally to nature. The increase in earthquakes, increase in fires, decrease in forests and so on. Negative effects of industrialization, factoryization, urbanization and developing technological opportunities cause the occurrence of phenomena that directly affect people and their environment, namely natural life. In addition, the wrong investments made for the energy needs are destroying the nature and directly hitting the ecological balance. Extinction of animal and plant generations, loss of the characteristics of historical and natural artifacts are another side of human-induced damage to nature.

So what can we do to protect nature? Glass, plastic, metal, paper, battery, concrete, electronic waste, organic waste… These are all solid wastes that can be evaluated. In other words, they can all be converted into raw materials and agricultural inputs with various recycling methods. Recycling is very important for the protection of our natural resources. Because our consumption habits cause our natural resources to decrease more and more. Consumption can be reduced through recycling, so natural resources can also serve future generations. Chemical cleaners seriously harm not only us humans, but also nature. Especially in our country, the production and consumption of detergents are increasing, creating serious pollution in water; This threatens the lives of aquatic creatures. Due to the ABS, phosphate and other whitening substances they contain, they are discharged into the sea or inland waters by the sewerage networks; They also create negative effects in groundwater tanks with leaky septic tanks. However, instead of chemical cleaners that cause such harm to the environment and human beings, the desired cleaning can be achieved by using soapy water or olive oil soap. Extremely harmful gases are produced in pesticides, insecticides, insecticides, coolers and sprays, and these gases are used unconsciously by people. These gases, which contain various chemicals, seriously damage both the ozone layer and nature. For example, the gas called CFC, which is in the content of deodorants that we all use very often, does not break down in the atmosphere and rises. Then it reaches the ozone layer and causes the ozone molecules to break down. A few years after ozone depletion, it rains down on us. It seriously threatens both our health and the vitality of nature. The fuels we use at home, at work and in vehicles produce wastes such as ash and toxic gas. Acid rains occur as a result of their combination with the toxic gases from the chimney and exhaust. Acid rains, on the other hand, cause the destruction of the vegetation they come into contact with. In addition, oil spreading on the surface of the water threatens the lives of aquatic creatures as it cuts the contact of water with sunlight and air. However, instead of these fuels, high-calorie fuels such as natural gas, hard coal, and low ash and toxic gas output can be used.

 

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