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GEOS1601 Research Essay

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This was my submission for the research essay assignment, it considers whether sociocultural factors are important in determining the way people use and value the environment

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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmentalism Sustainable development Environmental protection Sociocultural evolution Aboriginal Strait Islander
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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmentalism Sustainable development Environmental protection Sociocultural evolution Aboriginal Strait Islander
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While people’s sociocultural background does influence how people use and value the environment, it is not an important first step in this interpretation as other factors, such as characteristics of the local biophysical environment and a country’s level of development, give a more accurate picture of how people use and value the environment, thus, making them the important first steps in this interpretation. Firstly, an understanding of people’s sociocultural background helps interpret how people use and value the environment because people’s sociocultural background governs the way they behave, which in turn, influences ho...
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