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Dia Mirza illustrates the conservation need of Snow Leopard at a global initiative

Dia Mirza discussed the dangers faced by Snow leopard and why there is a need of conservation of species them in a virtual session organized by The Snow Leopard Trust.

Actress Dia Mirza who is also the Advocate of the Secretary General’s of the United Nations for SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) spoke about the dangers that Snow leopards are facing nowadays at a virtual global initiative in a 24-hour session. According to a report by Mid-Day, the actress expressed her views on the conservation of the species.

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Focusing upon the critical issue, Dia Mirza explained their significance, why they are important for the ecosystem, she says “Snow leopards are the icons of mountain ecosystems. They are a precious gift from nature that we all must cherish but since they don’t have a voice or a vote, we must reach out and encourage people to contribute what they can towards their protection. We must ensure that policy-makers start engaging with conservation issues.”

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The actress asked to take steps towards its conservation and protection. We can’t pretend that everything is fine. Regarding this, she said “We can’t pretend all is well. This cat is endangered, and it faces an array of threats. But the snow leopard still has a chance if we act in time. Snow Leopard’s are the thermometer for Climate Change as they are also the thermometer of the mountains. Saving and protecting them and their habitats ensures the health and survival of millions of lives connected to the mountain ecosystems that feed countless rivers. “

The species maintain the well being of the ecosystem. Dia further added “Also, 13 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are addressed by addressing snow leopard conservation. This indicates how intrinsically human lives are connected with this majestic iconic species. They denote the health of the entire ecosystem.”

The virtual event was organized by The Snow Leopard Trust. The earth is going through drastic changes and some of them couldn’t be boar by the globe, we need to focus upon the conservation and sustainable practices to protect our ecosystem.

Rashi Rai

Rashi Rai, an Edu-facilitator, having an interest in writing and exploring the beautiful places. She if from Bhopal who is seeking more opportunities in every creative stuff. Being an educator she like to see things from philosophical aspect.

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