When we ask ourselves and other people the question – what is the most important for us? What do we care about the most in life? What makes us happy? We usually respond that health and family. We think then that after all we make every effort to maintain physical and mental health, we eat properly, we use supplements, nutrients, minerals and vitamins, we do sport. We do not understand, however, that all these actions, albeit legitimate and effective, will become completely worthless in the face of the lack of care for the natural environment. Currently, it’s observed that the awareness and understanding of the effects of negative behaviour towards nature is constantly increasing, and in the increasing number of households, corporations and enterprises – positive changes are being introduced. There is no doubt that all actions aimed at preserving, protecting and supporting the natural environment, that we would live better, and above all – healthier – are great benefits for the future of all humanity and future generations.
Animals and plants
For each of us, today’s world is simply obvious. We cannot imagine the everyday landscape without the plants surrounding us, without running in the woods or home gardens. Destruction of the natural environment that we make every day, especially by polluting atmospheric air (e.g. burning coal, burning rubbish) – kills all living creatures. One of the great benefits of the concept of low-emission development is their recovery from extinction, from mutations and diseases. Very often we do not realize that all ecological disasters affecting all corners of the earth are caused by human actions, its willingness to save, easy removal of heavy and harmful raw materials.
The low-emission development of the economy is connected above all with the amazing technological and structural development. We do not appreciate this practice, we do not realize that investing in ecological, non-invasive and safe forms of obtaining energy will make us develop as a humanity and become fully self-sufficient, obviously working in symbiosis with the laws of nature and its regularities. Let’s see that in the past there were no modern wind farms, which currently operate on themselves, serve as power banks, give energy and heat water on farms, enterprises and corporations. There were also no hydroelectric plants that also draw on natural currents and operate on the principle of atmospheric movements or prevailing weather. Also invented. Pellets, which started to be used as excellent sources of energy, despite the fact that it was not necessary to cut down forests, and the pellet itself, because it consists of granular wood waste – its value is equal to full-sized wood.
Low-emission development, or the emission of a smaller or even negligible amount of harmful and pathogenic gases into the atmosphere, is associated primarily with the improvement of human health, fitness and well-being. Very often, world-wide television broadcasts alarm about the growing smog, the fact that mass deaths of fish and animals, that people are suffering massively from cancer and respiratory diseases, that the number of births with mutations increases – that the world is coming to an end. Low-emission development is natural vitamins and minerals, it’s not afraid when we go for a walk, when we open the window when we use tap water – it’s a stress-free life. It has been proven that heavy gases (CO2) emitted to the atmosphere within 10 years will bring a cataclysm to humanity, which will destroy itself. Only when it’s really bad, we wake up and want to act, we want to save ourselves, our families, friends, and future generations – may it not be too late.
The natural environment – safe breathing
It’s worth focusing especially on the natural environment, nature and surroundings, not only because thanks to this we exist, because if it were not for nature, we would not have anything to breathe, then walk, eat and drink, and what to use. A clean environment is safe breathing. A dirty, polluted environment is the inability to exist, pain, illness, infection, suffering and death – for everyone.