Week 1 DQ 2 - wasting so many resources in too small of a...

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My environmental worldview is the deep ecology worldview, as I love nature and all of the beautiful things it has to offer. My best vacations are going to parks with waterfalls and camping in a tent on the north shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota, as with just going out and doing things outside and enjoying life. I do not believe that human beings primary obligation should be to themselves. Human beings should be obligated to take what Earth has to offer and obey that rule no matter what. We as human beings have became quite lazy, especially here in the United States, which has made most of us dependable on material possessions that we do not need to survive and be happy. Western Worldview is not something I agree with at all, as we are
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Unformatted text preview: wasting so many resources in too small of a time period. I hope we have not already crossed the line of no return for our Earth. Earth needs everything it has going as for resources to keep it going and healthy, if we get rid of too much water, trees, or ozone, the Earth will not be able to sustain life as long as it could. I know we all probably do some stuff that is with the Western Worldview, as we all could recycle more, conserve more water, and use energy to go with many more things, but it is a great thing that so many people are getting back to nature and I hope we can still save the Earth....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course UOP uop taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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