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Essay Two (society being part of the environment)

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Biology Natural environment Ecology Environmental science Systems ecology Landscape Environmentalism Sustainability Natural landscape Nature Biodiversity Ecosystem William Cronon
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Biology Natural environment Ecology Environmental science Systems ecology Landscape Environmentalism Sustainability Natural landscape Nature Biodiversity Ecosystem William Cronon
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Discuss. In the contemporary world of today, the natural environment and society must closely coexist to ensure a sustainable ecosystem for future generations. Every living thing in society has of some value and importance. Each organism has the ability to contribute something to a particular ecosystem, eg the food chain. As we, ‘organisms’ are bound in this same ecosystem there should not be an advantage to destroy or empower ‘natural’ ecosystems that surround us. This is the continuing challenge in the contemporary society and western world of today, that humanity is perceived to be outside and superior to the natural world. Society must act interconnected with the natural environment rather than disconnected in a sense of dualism. Therefore, this essay will provide a critical discussion and argument for the reasons towards ensuring a sustainable relationsh...
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