NATURE - Eric Hamilton Allison Hayes-Conroy Sustainable Environments Nature The question of what is nature and where is nature is a question that has an

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Eric Hamilton Allison Hayes-Conroy Sustainable Environments February 15, 2013 Nature The question of what is nature, and where is nature, is a question that has an infinite amount of answers. In my opinion, and based on the readings and film in class, nature can be simply understood as everything. Nature is what we already believe it to be, meaning the air, water, grass, trees, animals, etc. Nature is also the way things interact with each other. It is the way a mother looks at her child when she first holds them after birth. Nature is the relationship between a man and woman who are in love. Unfortunately, nature is also the need to expand the world we physically live in, and that means to deconstruct some other kinds of nature like seen in the film Green. Nature can
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Unformatted text preview: never be lost nor created; it just changes the way it looks. Whether it be a rainforest sprawling with animals and beautiful plants, or an amusement park sprawling with children and laughter. We have the potential to use all of Earths nature to further our own wants and needs, but we have to realize that it may be a poor decision. The nature that inhabits Earth right here and right now is beautiful and serene, some may say that is would be a terrible thing to expand infrastructure. Also, some may vision a rainforest as a new industrial complex and that vision may be beautiful to them. We all perceive nature differently, but one thing that is undisputable is that everything is nature....
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