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Shepherding nature: The environmental degradation

Journal: Science and Education (Vol.4, No. 1)

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Page : 129-147

Keywords : environmental degradation; global warming; land ethics; nature conservation;

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People frequently see nature as their own property, a resource from which riches can be derived, and a good whose sole purpose is to meet human wants. Nature ought to be protected by law, should not be considered private property, and no one should contest who owns it. The primary duty of humans, who are the crown of all things, is to protect and preserve Mother Nature. Despite its overwhelming breadth, which has been evident over the past few years, the issue of environmental degradation can be resolved with the support of the next generation. In order for them to live and profit from nature, today's youth and the next generation should promote preserving it. People today, children, and the upcoming generations should stand on the shoulders of their forefathers and work together. The environmental degradation that their ancestors faced and endured in the past may be experienced by future generations in a similar way if they continue to think like monkeys: greedily, fearfully, and in a domineering manner. To advance human civilization and successfully restore nature, people should work extremely hard. They have to change the animal mindset into an ethical one.

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