Short Essay on Nature and Its Importance

Nature should not be given a particular definition as it is just the surroundings that we live in. All the plants, trees, animals, rivers, mountains, climate, etc. are a part of nature.

All the trees, mountains, rivers, etc. also make the perfect environment to live in, and this is why, due to nature alone, every human being is living happily on this earth.

Importance of Nature: Nature has massive importance in everyone’s life, and these few points list the importance of nature perfectly:

  1. When children see their surroundings and feel the nature’s beauty, it has a massive impact on their mental growth. Nature helps them in their academics as well. When they see all those plants, animals, photosynthesis process, etc. in front of their eyes, they learn from the environment instead of just books.
  2.    Nature has lots of offerings and also helps people in getting rid of various diseases. Nature gives us fresh air, fruits, and vegetables which helps people in having excellent health. If trees or plants weren’t there in our surroundings, human beings wouldn’t exist either.
  3. In nature, there are lots of other things which help us in our day to day lives. For example, wood from trees, herbs from various plants, water from rivers and various other offerings have become an essential part of a human being’s life.
  4. It is due to the beautiful nature that we can see some rare species in the world. If they don’t get a perfect atmosphere or the ideal nature for their living, there wouldn’t be any special species of animals and birds left in the world.
  5. It has been observed that for the sake of new industries, lots of trees are cut daily, lots of rivers and lakes are polluted from the chemicals of those industries, and due to various other personal gains, nature around the world has become highly contaminated. There are less number of forests and trees, less number of clean rivers and lakes, global warming is increasing day by day, and eventually, all this is harming us in an unthinkable way.

Though the offerings of nature have led us all to live a lavish life, we now must preserve everything in nature so that our next generations can have a life similar to ours in the future.

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