Title: Conservation and Preservation
Course: SCI 275
Conservation and Preservation
Preserving the lands as they were intended to be so it can sustain its own natural
habitat and atmosphere without any interruption from humanity is essential to its own
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The intentions of the
image will be proclaimed as friendly, but the outcome will lead to some of the same
issues as we face now. Due to the demands of humankind to survive, as life as we know
it now, the leaders sees this as no choice but to make a decision to tap into undiscovered
locations as resources.
I am inclined to become self sufficient in our own nation by tapping into our own
resources that is sustainable for economic use, but to do it in a way where the provisions
of our effort does not cause more harm to the atmosphere and does preserve some natural
habitat for repopulation.
Some examples from the video would include: (1) 3.4 million acres located in
western Wyoming, United States, remained untouched for public resources; (2) The
possible resources would include oil and gas that would make us self sufficient; New
technology for friendly development. (3) Land of wild habitat, very few signs of modern
living, free range of Bison herds, and some would think that new development would
block critical life of migration roots.