Carson and Quinn’s passion for environment
I believe the level of attention given to saving the environment is extremely low. Humans don’t seem to be concerned all that about the environment. We are taking advantage of the environment for our own selfish reasons, and don’t realize the consequences. Maybe if we just had enough knowledge about the environment, or if we just changed our way of thinking, things could be different. However it’s still not too late, we can make a difference for people who live in this lifetime, and for people who will live in this world after us. Our children, and grant children. Who will have to address this issue if we don’t change our way of thinking. Daniel Quinn and Rachel Carson are passionate about the environment because of the impact that sustainability and population control will bring.
Carson believes that sustainability is crucial in keeping the ecosystem in balance. Carson in Fable of Tomorrow writes “on the farms hens brooded, but no chicks hatched. The farmers complained that they were unable to raise any pigs.” All this was happening because people of that town did not pay attention to the changes happening around them or perhaps did not want to think that something was wrong. Because that would mean that they would have to step out of their comfort zone and change their ways of thinking. But we see now that what could happen if we don’t change our way of thinking. Carson admits “if an environment is not sustained then the ecosystem will overtime fall apart. Overusing one part of and ecosystem can cause the ecosystem to eventually fail.” Carson in Fable of Tomorrow also writes “No enemy action had silenced the rebirth of new life in this stricken world. The people had done it themselves.
Quinn believes that environmental sustainability will bring the second Renaissance. Quinn in The New Renaissance writes “Nothing less then a great second renaissance is going to save us.” Renaissance will bring new ideas to...
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