Humans and the Nature?

    Nature is all the animals, plants, rocks, seas, oceans, continents, all the features, forces and processes that happen or exist independently of humans. For example, they are time, marine currents, continental movements, reproduction, growth and death of animals and plants. Nature exists, changes and evolves from the origin of the world, for more than 3.5 billion years backward. For the past 800,000 years, humans have evaluated as part of the Nature, until the moment of the development of human consciousness. The development of human consciousness was a spark for the realization of being, the possibilities of gathering and storing, and the development of technologies, from primitive digs to post-industrial sophisticated devices.

    In the vortex of human evolution, human species were alienated from the Nature causing irreversible and very serious disturbance of Natural processes through the ever more intense exploitation of natural resources and production of ever-increasing quantities of various wastes.
    “Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children's children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance.”

    Theodore Roosevelt
    In the mid-twentieth century a small group appears with growing awareness of possible long-term consequence that could cause by such development. Initially, more and more activists warned that the fate of the Nature would inevitably be shared by the human species. Today, many prominent Scientific Institutions warn of fatal consequences if urgent and fundamentally changes don't occur in the relationship between the Mankind and the whole Nature. Man have to preserve the Nature if he wants to survive and live as much normal life. In other words, a Man has to change habits and stop understanding nature as an inexhaustible barn, and does nothing. Hundreds of species disappear every day, the rainforests are crushed, soil and water are being contaminated, but all this is far from us, and we can hardly understand that one day the negative changes will be reflected, perhaps not for us, but on the lives of our children for sure. Climate change is a fact and already directly affects the quality of our lives. The beginnings of climate change are the last and serious warning that we must begin to change ourselves and our habits in relation to Nature. Let us hope that Mankind has not become so heartless that it no longer cares for its childrens future.