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Human Vs Nature


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"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."

-- Albert Einstein

There is no denying that human behavior has a negative impact on the natural world. Earth is influenced by how we live our lives, what we produce and consume, and how we move around. The impact of people on our environment are vast effecting ecosystems on land as well as in the water, and vary from decreasing ozone levels to acid rain, generated by humans destruction of soil via deforestation, pollution, and loss of species. We must be mindful of these effects and try to reduce them if we want to save the earth. Even if it's not always simple, doing so is a must if we want to preserve the planet for future generations to come...

Definition Of The Destructive Human And Nature Relationship

There are many examples of how humans have handled nature and animals in an unacceptable manner. From poems to novels to films, but we've settled on a few poems , passages and quotes ."One day the absurdity of the almost universal human belief in the slavery of other animals will be palpable.We shall then have discovered our souls and become worthier of sharing this planet with them"-Martin Luther King Junior



Carole Lindstrom

We are water protectors

Rachel Carson

Silent Spring

Jess Butterworth

When the mountains roared

`My voice is lost beneath the sound of shooting. And it's too late.There's nothing i can do .The beautiful leopard thuds to the ground. I collapse against a tree. And the mountains roar with me.’

The Lorax is quite elderly and hairy, with an orange-yellow complexion and a massive bushy mustache. He is the tree's protector, and he says that he speaks for them because they cannot speak for themselves.

Written by Jess Butterworth from the novel When the mountains roared



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