A tiny virus has come to remind the whole world how fragile life is.
To survive and live in harmony with all living things on earth we must change the way we look at nature and rethink the place of humanity on the planet. We have known for a long time that the majority of illnesses are caused by the pressure humans place on ecosystems. It is therefore crucial to understand that the present health crisis is the direct result of the current environmental crisis. According to the UN, nature is in crisis because of the loss of biodiversity and habitat, global warming and toxic pollution. It seems that atmospheric pollution, due to human activity, has claimed more lives each year than those claimed by viruses.
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Social Justice Committee s.s.c.j – Canada