Human Civilization and Culture for Nature

            Human Civilization and Culture for Nature

  • The evolution of civilization in different cultures and parts of the world indicates a strong connection between in-depth knowledge of biology and the specific culture's potential for development. Without a doubt, a healthy relationship is seen with this rule, even in other sciences. Still, it is particularly evident in biology, as this is so close to human health and well-being. 
  • This focus on Entoto Natural Park with the orientation of native trees and plants reflects the intentions of this context. This synergy between human culture and the environment helps nature, and humankind develop appropriately and harmonically judiciously in a mutually reinforced relationship resembling symbiosis.
  • The connection between scientific knowledge and respect for nature's values is vital in successful historical cases. However, improved living standards and economics have benefited humankind's culture and health more from these environmental and historical facts. Nature plays a subordinate role and is only favoured when considering the long-term implications of human knowledge.  
  • It is, therefore, the hope that Entoto Natural Park will benefit the will of education and the desire for a future of prosperity. At the same time, the environment in Nature automatically receives the development of civilization; Nature itself contribute through an improved climate, a remarkably increased yield of crops and greatly enhanced freshwater reservoirs.

The History of the Environment

The History of the Environment

A Beautiful Memory that Attracts Modern Science and Art

With glowing passion and warmth, it is still spoken among the residents of Entoto about when the water level a reasonable time after the rainy season still stood one metre higher in Entoto's canyon streams and its enchanting nature rock baths. It is thus quite close to the time when Entoto's mountain massif and its canyons could carry significantly higher water quantity and therefore supply the population in the Capital with fresh water to a much greater extent.

The Crucial Restoration Of the Lost Nature

Scientific research is crucial and requires much devotion in time and labour to obtain the necessary quality in the country's environmental restoration. Therefore, prevailing with high importance is the crucial stimulus for Nature; thus, this emotion invites the people to demand knowledge in natural sciences and intends to inspire understanding of protection projects to restore indigenous Nature. This knowledge in natural sciences serves the vital purpose of giving an insight into the requirements of Nature, thereby offering the young plants a secure and sheltered replacement for the lost ground and biotope and its natural reinforcing and shielding protective properties.

Restoring the Indigenous Nature

Hence, restoring a lost biotope is complicated and requires much work to recreate a reliable substitute for the missing shielding armour of the primaeval forest. Therefore, due to the absence of the essential protective functions of mother trees and other plants, enormous efforts are required to recreate these guardian functions for the tender indigenous seedlings, which otherwise do not survive the very exposed ground. Thus, this process of environmental restoration includes what was previously prehistorically self-evident as a crucial basis for the survival of all higher life forms.

The Importance of Indigenous Ethiopian Trees

Podocarpus falcatus  (P. gracilior)

Podocarpus falcatus (P. gracilior)

This tree is scarce at Entoto and does not appear to compete with the Eucalyptus planted surroundings. It seems that it is no longer possible to give surviving progeny in the barren, eroded, exposed lands that have been formed since the introduction of the alien eucalyptus tree over a hundred years ago. However, much work has been done to re-form an upper soil layer with a protective undergrowth. It would be a very significant surprise to receive information about a new and naturally germinated generation of this highly blessed historic tree, which still grows in a magical, graceful, and appealing landscape.

The Endemic Restoration
Science, much time and labour are needed for environmental restoration; this demands massive protection projects to offer the young plants the replacement for the lost biotope and its vital natural protective properties. Hence, restoring a lost biotope is very complicated and requires much work to recreate a reliable substitute for the lost shielding armour of the primaeval forest. Therefore, due to the absence of the essential protective functions of mother trees and other plants, enormous efforts are required to recreate these guardian functions for the tender indigenous seedlings.


The Complications Of Indigenous Forest Restoration

It's impossible to recreate a stable and healthy nature by replanting a few native trees on a devastated plateau; instead, these sporadically planted young plants on the table will require tender care with irrigation and protection against grazing animals and shade from the blistering seasonal sun. Furthermore, on the slopes, these young plants most often need some temporary stabilizer of the ground and protection in something that mimics the wind and sun-protective effect of many mother trees. In addition, sporadically placed young plants can only offer a very rudimentary and weak protective network against erosion; instead, there is the obvious risk that these young plants will, in all probability, soon perish in the struggle against the great forces of Nature.

Humankind's Technology with the
Creation of Nature's Foundation

What seems too complicated to describe in standard terms can sometimes be given a simple parable opportunity. In short, a few stones do not hinder a flowing torrent but very well by a firmly anchored uniform stone construction. Consequently, the few randomly placed rocks are lost in futile hardships, crunching the labourer by sweat and thirst in toil's despair and poverty. In contrast, the opposite is usually the case with the anchored unit and its amounts of valuable dammed water at hand to use when the drought occurs. Of course, the natural forest consists of many complex biological phenomena with countless plants and organisms in a symbiotic relationship that has a highly ancient evolutionary origin as water protectors for the Environment. Therefore, the water-retaining properties of the mountain massifs' highland in synergy with endemic vegetation and its trees can be considered and scientifically analyzed with considerable help from the methods used for highly complex dam constructions.

Water and Land Restoration

𝑊𝑎𝑡𝑒𝑟 𝐶𝑟𝑒𝑎𝑡𝑖𝑜𝑛 𝑤𝑖𝑡ℎ 𝐺𝑟𝑎𝑛𝑑 𝐵𝑒𝑎𝑢𝑡𝑦

Within the historical records appear several practical and aesthetical possibilities for restoration. These options for aesthetical restorations include water management, ground stability, and the most attractively pleasurable recreation paths. Another way of describing these methods for natural conservation is the effectiveness of the irrigation method when combined with very gentle and beautiful hiking trails above dizzying precipices. Through these micro canals' associated need for strength and reliability, this need for reinforced waterways coincides with the suitability of dramatically beautiful and safe hiking trails where the steep slopes above or beneath these paths deliver an extraordinary beauty over grand views of often impossible precipitous.

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