CONSERVE THE ENVIRONMENT WITH WHITE WOLF WILDLIFE
Conservation education is the process of influencing people's attitudes, emotions, knowledge and behaviours about wildlife and wild places.
Here at White Wolf Wildlife, we are committed to educating everyone we come into contact with about the importance of conserving our environment and ecology. The primary goal of conservation is to protect natural resources, forests, wildlife and plants, and to promote biodiversity.
Protecting wildlife and preserving it for future generations also means that the animals we love don't become a distant memory and we can maintain a healthy and functional ecosystem for our children and children's children.
There are 3 strategies of conservation:
Maintenance of essential ecological processes and life-support systems
Preservation of genetic diversity
Sustainable utilisation of species and ecosystems.
Nature conservation, or conservation ecology, is one of many methods at the forefront of climate change mitigation. By helping conserve our natural resources, we can ensure that generations to come will also have a thriving planet to live and grow on.
WHAT IS NATURE CONSERVATION?
Nature conservation is a movement that focuses on protecting natural resources and wildlife from extinction, while also slowing down the rate of climate change and other detrimental effects.
Nature conservation ensures that there is enough biological diversity within the planet’s ecosystems, helps establish protected areas, reduces habitat loss, and strives to prevent further destruction.
Conservation actions can enhance ecosystem services, encourage sustainability, and help us maintain a healthier environment.
Conservation can maintain natural resources for future generations to use, focusing on the well-being and longevity of our planet.
Nature conservation comes in many forms, with each one aiming to benefit all living organisms on earth.
6 NATURE CONSERVATION METHODS
Conservationists and local communities can all have a hand in conserving our natural world. Below are a few methods of nature conservation:
Each year, approximately 15 billion trees are cut down worldwide. Trees absorb the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, converting it into breathable oxygen. Reestablishing forests can help reduce the harm caused by logging and deforestation practices.
Establishing protected areas
Establishing protected areas (like national parks and nature reserves) can help protect biodiversity from harmful land use and human activities, keeping wildlife habitats and animal food resources safe.
Biodiversity ensures a healthy overall natural environment. Conservation efforts aimed at biodiversity can be done on a local level (for example, by encouraging native plant growth) or through legislation, like the Endangered Species Act of 1973. National or Federal decision-making can help keep animals that are on the brink of species extinction from completely dying out.
Wildlife conservation programs establish laws limiting the time, areas, or animal allotment for hunting and fisheries, which can help reduce the amount of wildlife that are killed every year.
Making sure you know where your plant seeds come from can help prevent the spread of invasive species, which can devastate indigenous crops, threatening biodiversity.