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Earth is a mother, don’t count her breaths

Every year on April 22, which coincides with May 2, nature lovers try more than ever to inform the public about the problems that have been happening on “our earth” for years.
Every year on April 22, which coincides with the 2nd of Ardibehesht, nature lovers try more than ever to inform the public about the problems that have been happening on “our earth” for years, in the hope that they can overcome the sufferings imposed on it for decades. Reduce the past.

Global warming is one of the most important issues that is changing conditions and creating new crises for its residents. Thanks to that! These residents will increase every day and will be the source of many other problems such as droughts, storms, fires, floods, reducing productivity and creating chain problems for human food production.

“The year 2023 was the hottest year on the planet”, this is a sentence that we have seen or heard many times in the media or through news circles during the last few months. In the same context, Samantha Burgess, deputy director of the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, has stated that if Copernicus’ annual data goes back to 1850, the temperature recorded in 2023 “is likely to exceed the temperature of all periods for at least 100,000 years; which is known thanks to tree rings or ice cores.

The French newspaper Lufigarder announced a report that the latest research by UN experts shows that the life of humanity on the planet will change due to the destructive consequences of climate change, including drought, famine and species extinction by 2050. Global warming of more than 1.5 degrees Celsius will have irreparable effects on human and ecological systems. According to this report, children born in 2021 will face another face of the planet when they reach 30 years old.

But global warming is not the only problem that humans have to worry about. The wrong actions and decisions taken by humans during the past decades in the field of production, industry and consumption of products have turned our earth into a mountain of garbage. The estimates of the World Bank show that about 2.01 billion tons of urban solid waste are produced annually in the world, and this figure will reach 3.4 billion metric tons by 2050 with a 70% growth. This statistic gives a serious warning to all countries that they should quickly prepare a national waste management program and implement it seriously in order to reduce the speed of the destruction of the limited resources of the earth.

Iran’s Student News Agency (ISNA) announced in a report in 1402 that nearly 58,000 tons of normal waste is produced in Iran every day, of which 93% is disposed of in an unsanitary manner. Also, about 48,000 tons of garbage are produced daily in the country’s cities and about 10,000 tons in the country’s villages.
But what is the main solution to reduce the entry of this huge amount of waste into nature and the environment? Certainly, separation of waste from the source, recycling of wet and dry waste and reduction of waste production is the main solution to keep the earth and nature of our country alive in the face of these huge pollutions.

Let’s not forget that the earth is the source of life and the mother of all of us humans. In order to preserve our mother’s life, so that her good and blessings always belong to us and we are far from her curse, we must take steps to keep her alive with planning, determination and firm determination. Don’t count, because whatever we impose on the earth’s lifeless body will definitely be reflected directly in our own lives.