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ISB lecture 2

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ISB lecture 2 ISB 201

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Professor Ording's second lecture material
Insects, Globalization, and Sustainability
Dr. Gabe Ording
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ISB 201
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by chloegrignon on Sunday February 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ISB 201 at Michigan State University taught by Dr. Gabe Ording in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Insects, Globalization, and Sustainability in Entomology at Michigan State University.


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Date Created: 02/07/16
Second lecture poisonous organisms  ­ usually show off by bright colors­ we use their dye for colors bees­ provide pollinator and its venom has beneficial properties for humans economic systems in ecology­ capitalist market:   drive out competition  global free trade  access to more resources­ harmful costs being passed on tragedy of the commons  independently and rationally according to their own self­interest behave contrary  to the best interests of the whole by depleting some common resource. myth of inexhaustibly  The idea that there is such a plentiful amount of a resource that there is no way we can use it all up:  cut white pine  oil depletion   killed bison in order to weaken Native­American tribes  overfishing in freshwater bodies Biosphere II:  replicate earth in hopes to sustain human life  failed­ co2 levels were too high to sustain life  worker snuck in supplies  cost 200million dollars full cost pricing  price good based on internal costs which drive the market, and the external costs  that harm the environment Ording, Gabe. "Environmental ecology." Lecture.


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