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The Environment: Resource to Exploit or Place to be Appreciated?

   

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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3
MAIN BODY..................................................................................................................................3
CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7
REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
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INTRODUCTION
The growing world's population engages together locally and globally ecosystems to erode
ecological including human resources, contradicting growth-oriented social ideals and using
innovation to reduce environmental issues. So even though there's a need to address the
environmental crisis, crucial to life sciences, developed environmentally friendly editions of the
strategies for the development, world needs fundamental shifts in attributes that help make sure
transformation process from a development society to one affirming neural network and focused
on life form well-being and biodiversity conservation (Carter, 2018). This essay seeks to analyse
if our Earth is a resource and asset to exploit or a place to be appreciated and taken care of?
MAIN BODY
For individual quality of life, environmental assets are essential. The pure air that we
breathe, the vegetables we eat, or drink the water we can't survive without. To put our roofs over
our heads and to heat our houses, we require natural resources. They are necessary to survive and
prosper. Natural resources are natural components of the Earth system, such as plants, fisheries
and fungus as well as water, soils and minerals. A major approach to look at natural resources is
to see them in terms of their danger of depletion: are they regenerating and, if so, how quickly?
Some resources, like trees and plants, are regenerative since they comparatively quickly
replenish. Others are considered non-renewables, such as copper and oil, considerably longer in
shape. Natural resources are frequently seen as essential assets for the growth and production of
prosperity. The consumption of resources grew through time and with gradual industrialisation.
In certain instances the amount of exploitation exceeded the pace of natural regeneration of
resources. Such overexploitation ends up threatening people's livelihoods and their well-being,
and endangering the health of ecosystems.
Environment plays a very important role in the whole world and it is one of the major issue
with which almost every individual is known with (O'neill, 2017). Since the 1970s, human
pressure has been growing on nature. Individuals are increasingly utilizing natural resources, and
at a cost. When significant areas of the environment are lost, the quality of human existence is
greatly degraded and the lives of future generations are jeopardized unless action is taken
effectively. The capacity of nature to sustain humans has decreased during the past 50 years. The
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