Conservation Versus Preservation Essay

566 words - 3 pages

Conservation Versus Preservation
Alexis Lucca
William Gangloff, PhD

Conservation Versus Preservation
Conservation is the sustainable use of the natural resources including wildlife, water, air, and the earth deposits. Some, if not most of the of the natural resources maybe renewable or nonrenewable resources. The conservation of renewable resources like trees involves making sure that we are not using more than what we are going to be able to replace. The conservation of non-renewable resources is like the fossil fuels that involve ensuring that we are only using them as we need them. Preservation is the way of maintaining the earth to keep it in its original condition. Some areas of the earth are, only so far, ...view middle of the document...

I think that they should leave all the forest alone, because they are taking down a large amount of trees and we are unable to grow them as quick as they are taking them down. I find it to be unfair. The reason for this is because of the wildlife. We are taking their homes away from them. The natural habitat that they are used o we are actually taking it away. As a result of what we are doing are causing the death of some animals. I think that the forest should be left at their natural resource state and not used to benefit our way of life in any way, shape, or form. I think that we should honestly come up with an alternative to some of the resources we are using from the forest to benefit in our way of life.
On the side of preservation, I think that all things should be left as normal as they possibly can be. That was the way that they were before man walked on the earth and I think that as man walking earth we should try to preserve all that we can, after all it is all a part of history. In the past when mankind came into the picture wildlife was not threatened in any way, so why should we threaten it now, and take it away? All we are doing is taking the natural beauty away from nature. I think that we as humans should not in any way be taking the land for our own personal use. I think that there could be a way to make a compromise, it would be hard to because we would have to take away from a forest or we would have to touch untouched untamed land that we don’t want to actually touch. I think that we should look at everything when we do anything with nature or environment.

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