From every oil spills to overflowing landfills, man’s unsustainable quest to live a better life with more love towards them and less love for the environment has caused an uncountable amount of environmental disasters. At present, environmental pollution seems to be the number 1 killer, it affects more than 100 million worldwide.
And that’s not all there are more than 1 million seabirds and 100 million mammals are killed by pollution which caused by mankind every year.
We, mankind needed to be changed but what are things that can inspire people to live more sustainably and limit their carbon footprint than startling statistics? Possibly the photos in below show the heartbreaking realness of mankind and those will expose the truth of what is happening across the globe.
Following photos will make you realize how much our kind has ruined this beautiful nature and those man-made disasters have already killed over million innocent animals around the world. It’s time to wake up and collect trashes whenever you see it.
Bird In Oil Spill
Albatross Killed By Excess Plastic Ingestion (North Pacific)
A Stork Trapped In Plastic
Surfing A Wave Full Of Trash (Java, Indonesia – The World’s Most Populated Island)
Every morning this kid used to search through trashes for some recyclable plastic so that he can sell them for 35 cents per kilo just to help his family.
Seal’s Nose Trapped In Plastic Waste
Bird In Oil Spill
Boy Swimming In Polluted Water In India
A Child Drinks Polluted Water From A Stream In Fuyuan County, Yunnan Province
Mexico City Landscape, 20 Million Inhabitants
Bangladesh Landscape Filled With Trash
A Mute Swan Builds A Nest Using Plastic Garbage
Landfill In Acra (Ghana)
First-world trash usually ends up in third-world countries landfills.
Frog In Polluted Water
This Crab Lives In An Old Bottle
Plastic Bag Floating In The Sea Of The Philippines
Pollution In A ‘Dry River’ In Bali
When rains come, all this garbage gets washed out to sea and it will pollute water eventually.
Cat Sunning In Trash (West Sahara, Morocco)
A River In The Suburbs Of Mumbai
Open Dumping In The Streets Of New Delhi, India
Trash Washed Out To Sea… (Mekong, Laos)
Beijing In A Cloud Of Smog
A little bit goes a long way. Picking up a piece of trash when you see it, organize a recycling program in your town, or lovingly educating others on the benefits of not littering will slowly but surely help to progress the collective consciousness. Try to do your best for nature and nature will save you.
Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature. And we should understand that.