Ishmael - 7 May 2008 The major problem that concerns Ishmael is the idea that mankind is eliminating all of the Earth's resources using them up

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7 May 2008 The major problem that concerns Ishmael is the idea that mankind is eliminating all of the Earth’s resources, using them up faster than they can be reproduced. Ishmael says, “We’ve poured our poisons into the world as though it were a bottomless pit--- and we go on pouring our poisons into the world.” Ishmael means that as humans, we are corrupting the world, and we continue to do so as the world crumbles around us. Ishmael continues by saying, “We’ve gobbled up irreplaceable resources as though they could never run out…but nobody’s really doing anything about it. It’s a problem our children will have to solve.” There are many organizations in existence that are dedicated to the restoration of the natural environment, dedicating time and effort to rebuild the Earth’s natural resources. One such group is known as the Earth Organization. This particular non-profit organization has been
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2008 for the course BI 102 taught by Professor Peabody during the Spring '08 term at Stonehill.

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