Conservation vs Preservation
I am writing to you today because of the Bridger Teton National Forest. I am reaching out to you and appealing to you as a conservationist. I believe that this large area of land can be very useful because of the resources it can provide. It can provide gas and oil so this way we don’t have to be dependent on it from others around the world. We don’t have to rely on foreign sources when it comes to this.
There are many concerns if we do start this process in the Forest. What I can tell you is that before anything will be done they will have to go through a process. This means that they will need to evaluate and look at the risk that it may cause around the area and as well as the harm it may cause others. This is called a risk assessment. There are four kinds of risk assessment to help with this evaluation.
The first step is called hazard identification. This is when they make an assessment base on what health problems are causing the pollutant. The second step is dose response. This is when they look into it and see what the different health problems are with the different exposures. The third step in the risk assessment would be exposure. This is when they are looking back on things to see how many people would be exposed and how much of the pollutant will be exposed around people. The fourth step in the risk assessment process would be risk characterization. When you have evaluated everything you want to really see what would be the extra risk of health problems for the exposed population.
As you can see when all these steps in the risk assessment have been met the risk of health problems would be evaluated. They will not put people at harm if they know they are being exposed to pollutants that will make them sick. So, by explaining these to you that we should be able to conserve the forest and use it to our advantage. It can provide us with many resources that we can learn to use to our advantage. If you can please include an article in your next press that will explain to people why this is a great idea and why it will not be harmful for them and for the community. That by conserving the forest and using it that it will only help better our community and help grow the community.
I appreciate you taking the time to read this. I hope that you will be able to help me out. Thank you so very much.
My name is Mia Fabro. I wanted to write to you regarding the Bridger Teton National Forest located in Wyoming. This is one of the largest forest around and it has really never been touched. I want to write to you and appeal to you as a preservationist. I believe that this forest has a lot of potential. I do not believe in using this land for any resources. The beauty it brings should not be damaged. It should be left as is. People can sight see and take pictures. This place is breathtaking.
I know that many believe that the gas and oil it may provide can make a lot of changes in our lives and make our country better. But, the harm it may cause when the land is polluted and as well as the air we breathe is not as great as the view it gives us. Nature is beautiful and that is what I want to instill in people’s mind. The main reason I want to reach out to you today is because I need your help. I want you to write something amazing about Bridger Teton National Forest. I want people to see and know that this place should not be used for anything that will damage its original state.
Many people have never really heard of it and seen it. So, by exposing it in the newspaper people will learn and read about it. I want people to appreciate it and see that this place is something amazing. I want people to feel the way I feel about nature and its natural state. There are many animals living in this forest. There...
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