What role are human beings playing in the deterioration of our environment, in the destruction of ecosystems and in the extinction of numerous marine and terrestrial species?

Recent data collected by the scientific community, in particular from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, point out that the people and society of the 21st century along with its way of life are causing environmental alterations with unpredictable and potentially devastating consequences for life on the planet.
Human influence on climate change is already evident: for example, the recent anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases are the highest in history. The current atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are unprecedented since humanity has existed. Changes in climate are already having widespread impacts on humanity and the lives of other species.
It is estimated that the continued emission of greenhouse gases will cause greater global warming and changes in all components of its climate system, which increases the likelihood of severe, widespread, and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems.
To stop climate change, substantive and sustained reductions in greenhouse gases are required which, together with the adaptation and implementation of changes in modes of consumption, agriculture, and energy production, can limit risks and protect biodiversity. But achieving this requires a greater sensitivity to what is at stake.
Earth in its 4 billion years has experienced other meteorological phenomena and other mass extinctions of species however, this has a disturbing cause: us. Therefore, it is up to us to find the solutions, by acknowledging this reality and reaffirming our commitment  to reconcile society with nature. Project Nauyaca consists of carrying out solutions focused on people and their relationship with the environment. There are organizations that plant trees, and they are certainly important. Nevertheless, we seek to train people to assume the responsibility of improving the role played by humanity in nature, at an unpredictable time for the future of the planet. Our objective is the training of people and organizations in the field of artisanal recycling of plastic, as well as the regeneration of ecosystems and agroecology.