â€œSadly, it is much easier to create a desert than a forestâ€
It was a rainy afternoon. My friends and I were exchanging views on the nature. As a nature lover I relished the rain. When we were on our way to our home, I saw many fields with putrid water. At that moment memories of my school days flashed in my mind. When I was in 7th standard, we were given the task of finishing a project of amassing dossier about global warming. I was told that the global warming leads to the liquefying of glaciers. This will cause piling up in sea level. At that time I could not get the picture of seriousness. But now I could make sense of the aftermath and dire consequences. A thought swayedin my mind. Is nature destroying humans or humans destroying nature?. Both of them are the reasons. Global warming is the crisis looming upon the world and which would shake the world to its core. It is the average aggrandizement of earthâ€™s temperature which would permanently vicissitude the earthâ€™s climate. Though global warming is a natural process, the cause for the warming is we humans the once who are supposed to protect it.