Safety Of World Is In Our Hands?

We human beings live in a huge world but sometimes it seems that the world is too small. We have achieved great achievements due to which we can do or have or go anywhere by any how with very ease. We can do each and everything just by pressing a button or sitting on sofa. World has now reached to Moon and now we are trying to stand on Mars. It was not possible before many years ago man use to live life like a animal. We have achieved each and everything which helps to save our time, energy and money. We call ourselves as Modern people. We are creating problem for our future by disturbing our nature. Countries are discussing about Global Warming but is there any one country who has taken any step for that? Human eat fish, meat, sea animals and other animals to fill their stomach?

Population of World is growing day-by-day. We are suffering shortage of work, income, savings, food, and even shelter is a big problem for today’s common man. There is huge amount of pollution increasing and due to which we are suffering from various health problems. There is a shortage of  Job too.
No one is safe in this world. We are not safe from diseases, terrorism, security of life. We may suffer accident, any disease, or any other uncertainity in our life. No one knows how long he/she is going to live. We have disturbed our nature badly due to which we are suffering various problems around us. Antarctica a continent where ice never melted is now melting due to pollution. We have no more Animals left in our forests because people are killing animals for their enjoyment. Many animals are on the way of extinction.
Water in sea is decreasing, trees are becoming less because they are used in making furniture, papers. People use plastic bags and throw them in water, rivers or lakes. Human eat fish, meat, sea animals and other animals to fill their stomach. God has given so many things to eat like fruits and vegetables. Then why don’t human beings understand this?
There are many birds, animals who are extinct and now we can not see them in the world, and some names are as below:
The Moa-nalo were a species of ducks that were similar physically to geese and native to the larger of the Hawaiian Islands in the pacific.
The Norfolk bird. An extinct species of parrot and close relative of New Zealand’s Kākā, the Norfolk Island Kākā was a large species of parrot that inhabited the rocky treetops of Norfolk Island and Phillip Island.
The Aepyornis or otherwise known as the the ‘elephant bird’ is a species of giant flightless bird that is believed to have become extinct around the 17th century.

The Caspian tiger is also known as the Persian tiger and was known to be a beautiful animal, thought it is thought to have become extinct by the late 1950s.

Tasmanian tiger. Thylacine is the real name for Tasmanian tiger. It was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. It is believed to have become extinct in the 20th century.
The Newfoundland was a subspecies of the grey wolf, which is a predator with whom the cattlemen and ranchers still take issue today.

Cave Bear. Was a species of bear which was related to the brown bear or grizzly bear of modern times. It lived and ranged in Europe and went extinct about the end of the ice age, which ended about 20 thousand years ago.
The Passenger Pigeon, which numbered once in the tens of billions, lived in North America east of the Rocky Mountains. Their flocks, a mile wide and up to 300 miles long.
The Dire Wolf is an extinct North American species of wolf which was a great deal larger than our wolves of present day.
Steller’s Sea Cow was a mammal which ate vegetation and adapted to living entirely in the water. Could an animal that supposedly went extinct in 1768 still be in the waters of the Pacific?
British Wolves. At one time wolves were very common throughout Great Britain. Just a mere two thousand years ago, they were said to have numbered nearly ten thousand and to live in mainland Britain.
The Dodo was a non flying bird that lived on the island of Mauritius, and stood about 40 inches tall. The Dodo nested entirely on the ground. It became extinct only a few hundred years ago, in the late 17th century.


Who is responsible for nature imbalance? 
What action should be taken by an individual? 
International bodies should take some action instead of talking?

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