Hopefully it is okay for me to use this picture. I took it from a public news publication. I love it.
My family enjoy our baby rabbits, and we love watching how the mother rabbit watches as we tend and play with her babies. This mother has the same watchful eye. “Okay, I can’t stop you from taking my baby, but you had better be aware that I am watching!”
It reminds me of how God watches us, and of the fact that he expects us to do due diligence to his world. God prepared people to take care of his world, gave them dominion over all the earth, with a commandment, “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” And he built in an automatic instinct to follow that command. It is often at conflict with the sinful nature that also comes with being human. But He is watching. How are you interacting with land, animals, and people?
The resources in the air, soil, and water are given for our use, but we should clean up after ourselves. And as far as possible we should restore what we use. For instance, trees are a necessary source of shelter and sometimes heat. Keep a cycle of replanting going.
A healthy fear and reverence for God will do worlds of good for the environment!