Check point Forest

Check point Forest - I believe it is human nature to...

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Conservation is the active participation of man keeping an object, usually pertaining to the environment, thriving in it’s current, like new condition. It’s like cleaning my new Corvette weekly to maintain it’s pristine shine and flawless shape. Preservation is the active participation of man keeping an already damaged object safely in it’s current state. With our planet, we need to conserve our limited natural resources before they dwindle and need to be preserved. I agree with the idea that national forests should be left in their natural state. They provide beauty, invite recreation and camping, as well as preserve the integrity of the wildlife that inhabit it. The Bridger Teton video spoke of how critics think new develop- ment will fragment a rare intact ecosystem and block critical wildlife migration routes.
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Unformatted text preview: I believe it is human nature to consume resources, as demonstrated by ever rising en-ergy costs. Another speaker in the video says, “America faces a major energy supply crisis over the next two decades. The failure to meet this challenge will threaten our na-tion’s economic prosperity, will compromise our national security, and literally alter the way we live our lives.” The growing human need is causing a strain on our environ-ment. I believe that we have the ability to harvest forest resources in an environmental way; however, cost, labor, and demand keep most from using these methods. If the gov-ernment is willing to practice environmentally safe methods that would preserve the health and beauty of an area, they should be allowed to search for resources....
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course COM 275 taught by Professor Chomp during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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