Nature, Power and Society Question A Environmental issues should be of interest to everyone. After all we are all dependent on the environment for our very existence. Therefore, we should all be working together to deal with environmental issues. This makes it very surprising that conflict arises when efforts are made to deal with environmental issues. This problem is especially evident when it comes to the implementation of conservation policies. What answer can be used to explain this paradox? The answer that is most often put forward is that this is based on different conceptions of nature. One explanation for this phenomenon is termed the environmental conflict thesis. The environmental conflict thesis argues, With increasing...The end:
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