History of Natural Resources Part 2
History of Natural Resources Part 2 FANR 1100
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Date Created: 08/21/16
Natural Resource Conservation: Part 2 FANR/MARS 1100 Pollution Comes in many different forms, such as Heat, light, water, Air, noise, Many potential Consequences Bottom line: more people and more consumption creates more pollution Better technology and management may mitigate this Population, Resources, and Pollution A good starting point to understand these general relationships When population goes up, pollution goes Up, and resources Decrease. As technology improves, as population decreases, and as consumption decreases, the line flattens out Viewpoints Optimist: technology will save us Pessimists: technology cannot save us, not enough time Moderates: technology can be part of the solution if we cat in time Our Past Success! Far larger populations of most wildlife than in 1950 Cleaner water and air than in 1970 Several species removed from the endangered species list More land in forest in most eastern U.S. states than in 1900. Sustainable Society Definition: One that meets its needs without preventing future generations and other species from meeting their needs Principles of Sustainability 1. Conservation 2. Recycling 3. Renewable resource use 4. Restoration 5. Preservation 6. Adaptabil y
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