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Land Ethics in Our Communities While wading through the reserved reading in the library I came across the article The Land Ethic which caught my eye as well as sparked an interest deep within me It revealed the idea that we as humans tend to be quite caught up in the idea of community community between neighbors co-workers etc seems to be something we strive for in our society It seems that we have not integrated the land into our idea of community and I feel that this is a serious problem that if not treated will continue to grow and strive until the land turns into the dead nothing many people of todays society feel it to be I had been put face to face with the fact that I was one of those careless and self-involved members of our race Having never thought of the concept of land ethics I realized that it is very likely that many other people have yet to know of it either This is a present conservation problem which worries me more than I have ever thought a simple article could be able to do to me As the author of this revelation piece Aldo Leopold 1966 stated in his article that we need to change our human role from conqueror to a member of the land community This is vital for the future existence of an Earth that is habitable and non-toxic Many people claim that they have ethics in their work place or in general life practices I have yet however had the pleasure of seeing many people proclaiming their ethics about the treatment of this planet I have yet to see a serious and unwavering campaign to stop placing ourselves so high up the evolutionary ladder that the fate of the world we live in will eventually crumble as will our race and every other animal along with us
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