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ARTS 1240 - Environmental History Essay

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Essay is about Environmental History providing a lens on our contemporary world. Essay examines this through Cane toads. The introduction of Cane Toads in Australia provides the Modern day era of such introduced species and the importance of maintaining a sustainable ecosystem preserving local wildlife. Mark 82/100

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Biology Ecology Species Habitat Toads Environmental social science Cane toads in Australia Cane toad Environmental history Biodiversity Environmentalism American bison
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Biology Ecology Species Habitat Toads Environmental social science Cane toads in Australia Cane toad Environmental history Biodiversity Environmentalism American bison
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Discuss with reference to one specific environmental issue. Environmental history broadly speaking is the disciplinary field of study of non-humans and environments having potential capabilities to drive change in the modern world. Environmental history has significantly provided new perspectives and change in the new world allowing for greater knowledge and involvement to be achieved in regards to certain environmental issues. Without research and close study of environmental history it would allow the ‘history’ to rather repeat itself having greater strain on future generations resulting in an implication on the socio-cultural world. Donald Worster said ‘men are more than ever simultaneously agents and victims of environmental history’ (Worster 2014, p. 6). Environmental history covers areas from natu...
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