A Natural Calamity in India

Editorials News | Jan-28-2021

A Natural Calamity in India

Several human activities are aiding natural disasters. Growing population and consumerist tendencies are the most factors behind it. With the increasing population, the demand and use of natural resources are increasing. As a result, unwanted environmental change is happening. Water scarcity, heating, global climate change are some effects of it. aside from these, the neverending desire and need of humans are crucial for natural disasters. Water goes down the typical level. Industrial solvents are polluting the rivers and therefore the sea. Dirty, unclean gases from industries and vehicles are polluting the air. Many men made creations are destroying wildlife. Furthermore, excessive cutting of trees has contributed to the heating we face now. The more people will exploit nature; the more natural calamities will occur.

There are various ways during which the effect of natural calamities are often minimized. The Government should have a secure financial backup for managing disasters. it's because floods destroy properties and effects human lives. Money is an important thing for recovery. There should be a correct disaster management unit in every state that each one well connected to each corner of the state. Here, strong leadership is of utmost importance. the govt should invest more in researches on natural disasters. Suggestions from other countries should be taken. People should be thoroughly conscious of any upcoming natural disasters so that they will take proper precautions. the govt should specialize in new inventions that help control natural disasters. Above all, we should always leave our consumerist nature and begin believing in sustainability. we should always stop doing things that aren't friendly to our environments. If this stuff is often maintained appropriately, not only India but any part of the planet can efficiently handle the outcomes of a natural disaster.

By: Raghav Saxena

Birla School, Pilani

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