The World Environment Day urged people to love and connect with nature.   An activity of drawing attention to the environment, when it is downtrodden anthropogenically, is the veracity behind observing the world environment day every year. Having enriched with potential and judicious themes since inception, it has conceived a sensitising topic ‘connecting people to nature’ for this year, which intends to dispense a significant message to mankind. Man, the later creation in the evolutionary bio-mechanism, has superiority over his ancestral life forms for availing a nature nourished habitat on the earth. The long continued overall development in the life system could have been possible in a favourable and supportive environment. But the rush and toss trend of modern life style instinctively devastates the stability and sustainability of nature. While the nature turns to degradable destination, it is obvious to receive its reactions that are getting compounded in form of disasters. Natural resources available to mankind and other living beings are gradually scarce in quantity. The distresses dare to appear due to our over exploitative attitude towards nature and having known that neither we refrain from those activities nor take aggressive preventive measures to annul the impacts. In such an atrocious circumstance where we have been disgracing the nature, people as chief culprits must be connected to the nature to revive the reciprocations. If not, can we sustain our existence sidelining nature to niche; that’s the million questions without a single assuring answer. Retrieving it to the pure state, though not impossible, is not instantaneous also.  The Odisha Sun Times  Bureau : 5th. June,17


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