Founders Note

Editors Den

Hermis Haridas & Nisha Purushothaman

Welcome to the latest edition of PT Aware.

In remembrance of the critical need to safeguard the rich variety of life on Earth, people come together on December 4 to commemorate World Wildlife Conservation Day. On this day, people all around the world are rallying to protect the priceless natural inheritance that keeps life on our planet going.

Wildlife protection is more important than ever before considering the world’s most pressing problems, including as habitat loss, climate change, and poaching. We must remain steadfast in our dedication to preservation because of the imminent danger to the intricate web of life that links ecosystems, animals, and humans. Foresight in habitat protection has helped in the past as illustrated by the current article on grizzly bears in the Khutzeymateen.

We celebrate this day in recognition of all the people, groups, and organizations around the world that are fighting tooth and nail to keep biodiversity alive and well. If we work together, we can protect the natural wonders of the globe so that it is there for generations to come.

On this, World Wildlife Conservation Day, let us pause to consider how all life is interconnected and how we are all responsible for maintaining our magnificent world. Together, we can make a difference for the planet and its inhabitants by standing up for conservation initiatives, promoting eco-friendly lifestyle choices, and fighting for legislation that puts these causes first.

Every living thing, from the largest elephant to the tiniest pollinator, has the potential to live in perfect harmony with the natural world if we all work together in this worldwide effort. In honor of World Wildlife Conservation Day, let us recommit ourselves to preserving the amazing diversity of life that provides for our present and future.

Hermis Haridas & Nisha Purushothaman
Founders – Paws Trails Explorers