Grama 1 Humanities 1100
The gratefulness of nature
Respect is a key concept that as humans we should take actions about everything that is part of our lives. We use the esthetics of nature for our own advantages, but in the same time we don’t think about the consequences. Do we harm or do we preserve nature? We are surrounded by many beautiful places but less people care about what they do to the environment. There is such beauty and potential that surrounds us every moment. People’s life become more complex day by day and creates an increase in technology, performance and industrialization. Science and technology has advanced with time and people research was focus more in quantity versus quality. Time showed us the effect against natural transformations. Massive transformations resulted in changes of the relationship between humans and nature. There is no doubt that our value system plays a huge role in this destruction. A good example is that of pollution. Important is to focus in what pollution is all about and how much pollution is being generated or reduced but it also important to focus in who pollutes. People are trying to take a step further by focusing not only on “who” pollutes but “why” such a person like group, nation, or other any entity pollutes. The air, water and the soil of habitats all over the world have been and are still polluted in many different ways. This pollution affects the health of living things. Air is damaged by car and the dirty fumes and power stations create acid rains that destroy our forests and lakes. Oil spills pollute sea water and kill marine life. Chemical waste from factories and sewage works, and artificial fertilizers from farmland, pollutes river water, killing wildlife and...
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