Corona taught it was time to return…!

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Ahsan Ullah.
Coma Nineteen is teaching us. Now is the time to give back what we have taken from nature so far. Man is the best child of nature. The normal development of human and animal world in the safe shelter of nature was advancing human civilization. But human lust and unnecessary luxury have disrupted that normal journey. Deviated from the normal laws of nature. Nature’s resources have been plundered instead of being used. To meet the needs of human consumption. Chemical fertilizers and toxic pesticides are associated with the plunder of nature in order to meet this consumption demand. Utilities are e-waste and medical systems. Internet, wireless, waves. In the name of research, a group of influential opportunists seeking nuclear and biological weapons stockpiled just because of money and prestige. What is more wrong to say this. In fact, these discoveries or uses are not in conflict with human welfare. There are many differences in the rules applied here. Nature has been upset by all this. When nature is ruined in the shelter of man, then the condition of the sheltered man is also fragile and catastrophic. Various diseases, griefs and sorrows, including epidemics like corona, have made human beings the boundless extinct species of nature. At the time of this catastrophe, the human community around the world is feeling the urge to return to nature.

Since the 1950s, the global environment has been changing rapidly. Our ecosystem consists of four main elements. Soil, water, air and terrestrial organisms. We have a big push in this ecosystem, if we call it a push of irreparable damage, it will not be unfair. It can be seen by reviewing the history behind it. In the name of industrial revolution of the countries claiming industrial revolution, the continuous use of coal, mineral oil, cement, steel changed the industrial map of the world. Adding to the loss of environmentally friendly small industries is the advanced industrial revolution.
Trains with coal engines began to run from one city to another. The forest of teak, shawl and Lohan trees has been cleared and the slippers of the railway line have been cleared. Engineers and scientists began to compete with nature. They wanted to show that we can change the world! However, the change has given some benefits initially. Some improvement in the way of life of the human community began. Research has shown that the world’s per capita food supply has increased by 30% compared to 1981, but behind this, the application of nitrogen in agricultural land has increased by 700% and the demand for irrigation water has increased by 100%. No one thought about the balance of the environment.
Scientists were reminded in the middle of the nineteenth century. But due to the extreme excellence of science, no leadership has been created to take the necessary action. The beginning is the great death of Jibanu and the nuclear rush. An alliance of intensity called super power. Religious divisions. Nature began to bow to violence in the name of human welfare. Competition in the name of advancing the ultimate excellence of science has made the human community more endangered. All the files were closed and moved in the opposite direction.
Scientists of the world first informed at the Bashundhara Conference in Stockholm in 1972. Industrial smoke is polluting the air. Water is poisoning. Solid waste is being endangered in public health. E-waste is sitting as a silent killer. The clean air and water of our lifestyle are being polluted. Collectively, the biodiversity is being damaged and they are gradually losing their effectiveness to the ecosystem!
Although too late, scientists say ecosystems have deteriorated in the last 50-60 years, the worst in the history of the last 800,000 years.
This century is probably going to be the warmest century in the history of the world! Between 197 and 2017, snow cover melted in an area of about 2.5 million square kilometers in the North Pole. Between 1850 and 2015, sea temperature rose by 0.60 centigrade. Between 1900 and 2016, the ground temperature increased by 1.410 centigrade. From 1850 to 2016, the average global warming of water and land increased by about 10 centigrade. Climate change experts say that an increase of 0.50 centigrade is a danger.
Not only is this excessive greenhouse gas emitted into the world’s air from industrial areas and vehicles, but a quarter of this harmful gas is released into the air from land.
As a result of deforestation by mixing carbon dioxide, methane comes from paddy land and the decomposing waste we throw away, nitrous oxide from chemical fertilizers.
48% of the world’s land is arid, with about 300 million people living on the coast, 200 million living on the coast, and about 600 million living in the polar regions. If the whole world is endangered by the effects of global warming, these three areas will suffer the most. A recent IPCC report says that in the next few decades, rainfall in dry areas will decrease and rainfall in wet areas will increase. The sea will come forward towards the coast.
It turns out that 40 percent of the carbon dioxide (CO2) that has been released into the air since the Industrial Revolution or since the eighteenth century has gone down in the last five or four decades!
The world’s climate is changing rapidly. That three-part sea of our world! Scientists say that by the end of this century, the earth will be at least 30 centigrade warmer than it was in 1850! The ice in the Arctic and the Himalayas is melting at a rate of about 4 percent per year! Many fear that no more ice will appear in the Arctic in the middle of this
According to an article published in the journal Science Advances in June 2019, the Himalayan glaciers melted at least 45 centimeters from 2000 to 2016, almost twice as much as in the previous few years. Every winter, large areas of the Himalayas are covered with snow; Since the end of March, the snow has saved cvwb and its tributaries. If the glaciers continue to melt at this rate due to warming, the water level in the river will rise in the first few years and then decrease. First the tributaries and then the big rivers will dry up and will continue to flow only during the monsoon season. Over the past century, the world’s sea level has risen by about 19 centimeters – at a rate of 1.8 to 2 millimeters per year. But now the sea level is rising at a rate of 3.6 millimeters per year. In the last century, the land along our Sundarbans coast has been eroded. The sea has come forward. According to the study, by the end of this century, the Bay of Bengal will swell by at least 52 cm and further engulf the Sundarbans.
We will really succeed in the work of the reader and the people in this initiative to save the resources of nature, to use the resources of nature properly for the sake of health and to bring human life back to normalcy. Let us all break the shackles of artificiality and go back to what is normal, what is natural. I say in unison – let’s go back to the ground.
In this age of the development of the ultimate excellence of science, so people feel again – going back to nature will be the best way to protect man, human civilization, human health. Wants to get a safe, healthy and normal life as opposed to enjoyment. Author, Ahsan Ullah
Journalist , Agriculture, Herbal Researcher and Inventor.

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