“TECHNOLOGY, SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDE AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR: A REVIEW”Journal: BEST : International Journal of Management, Information Technology and Engineering ( BEST : IJMITE ) (Vol.3, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2015-06-30
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Page : 1-12
Keywords : Technology; Scientific; Attitude; Behaviour; Environment; Pollution; Human; Thinking;
Today we are moving through a deteriorating world where problems manifest themselves at an ever increasing rate, while becoming more complicated. We produce more food, more comforts, more luxury and more and more. We are doing as if it is our last day to get something. We don’t like to share ourselves with others. As human population continue to grow, material consumption intensifies and production technology including synthesis and manufacturing in laboratories further expands; by consequence the quantity and quality of environmental resources keep steadily decreasing. To dilute ill effects of its work, the world is trying to “go green”. But any development which is the product of green scheme can’t be termed as sustained. We need to search methods to conceptualize the problems and develop strategies for their solution. A man can’t ruin the earth alone but it requires a group and nature alone has the capacity to revert back to its original and pure position but every time it asks for a cost or sacrifice. Environmental sustainability requires changes in age-old patterns of thinking about the abundant availability of natural resources which is no longer the case, and a focus on human survival through controlled environmental exploitation within ecological limits. A sketch discussing most pressing environmental problems and their general driving forces is necessary to get rid of today’s alarming situations. So there is a need to study nature, humans and effects from environmental to behavioral and from general to specific terms.
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