It is clear that the Earth has rapidly changed over the past century by human-caused activities such as the use of fossil fuels, increased production to support our elevated population, as well as the rise in occurrences of weather events that have been seen across the world. The Earth is in a constant state of change, but with a sharp spike in human interactions among our natural world, we have experienced the greatest change in our climate, habitat, and biodiversity than any other time in human existence. There are many things we can point at for the cause of our current ecological state, but what is really causing this to happen? Could it be fossil fuels? What about consumption levels of each individual? Could we say it’s population levels? As these topics could be an explanation for the causes of ecological degradation, there are many things we can point the blame at for our current ecological crisis, but what it comes down to is creating a change from within. Each person must individually change. Our Earth cannot support our current rates of consumption. There must be communities that come together that build cultures around living on less than what we may think we “need”. Being ok with our current possessions and not worrying about what others have that we don’t, is a quality our world must apply to become a more sustainable society. This can happen! It must be done in order to save what we love most, our natural world.
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