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Is the World Going to Die If We Don't Change Our Ways?

  There are many humans in the world today that believe that all animals have rights and that the human population is slowly destroying the environment around us. Still there are the others that don't care about the environment and take what ever they want without thinking about the consequences about their actions. These are the radicals of both groups, there is a medium though. They believe, as I do, that it is okay to take from the environment but we must also give some back so that there is enough resources to continue to live.

             As I see it, the environment is starting to disappear quicker than it use to. Now more trees are being torn down, species and their homes are being lost, so that there is enough homes for everyone to live in. Every year the population grows closer and closer to the earths carrying capacity. We take so much from the environment that we seem to lose sight that sooner or later we will run out of supplies to live on. Do humans have an obligation towards nature? I would have to say yes. Many Americans love to go outdoors, ski, hunt and many other activities, but what they don't realize is that it cuts down on the abundance of the environment. I believe that the government is doing a great job of how they limit hunters, with the amount of animals that can be hunted, the different animals, how many hunters there can be in a certain spot and hunting seasons.
             Stated on the other side of the grading sheet it says that the natives and other cultures have beliefs that nature is a living thing and that they must respect it if they want to gather more of it. I believe that if more communities lived like this that there would be more respect for nature and that we wouldn't be in such a bind on how much a certain person can use during a day.