World Wildlife Day 2020: Sustaining All Life on Earth

World Wildlife Day 2020: Sustaining All Life on Earth
x
World Wildlife Day 2020
Highlights

The World Wildlife Day 2020 theme aims at preventing biodiversity loss, ensuring the correct use of resources and conservation of land and groundwater.

Every year the World Wildlife Day is observed on March 3. The World Wildlife Day 2020 has the theme 'Sustaining all life on Earth', which comprises all animal and plant species and the people livelihood close to nature.

The World Wildlife Day 2020 theme aims at preventing biodiversity loss, ensuring the correct use of resources and conservation of land and groundwater. This is in harmony with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals- 1, 12, 14 and 15.

2020 is also known as 'biodiversity super year', which will observe many significant global events intended at conversing the biodiversity of the planet Earth. This will facilitate changing progress towards conservation and sustainable use of wild animal and plant species.

Why We Celebrate World Wildlife Day

We observe World Wildlife Day celebrate the varied forms of wild fauna and flora on our planet Earth. This day aims to raise awareness about the multiple benefits that people get with the conservation. The day also encourages people to fight against illegal poaching and other wildlife crimes, due to which many species are getting wiped out, resulting in wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts.

Effects of Biodiversity Loss

Our planet Earth is sheltering to several species of flora and fauna. Though, in the last few decades, due to human's unsustainable activities, wildlife species and the natural resources are overexploiting, pushing the Earth's biodiversity at risk. Currently, a more substantial part of species is facing the threat of becoming extinct. We all have to come together to save our Earth and its biodiversity.

Show Full Article
Print Article
Next Story
More Stories
ADVERTISEMENTS