The Consequences of Human Interaction with the Environment

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Essay #: 059920
Total text length is 4,983 characters (approximately 3.4 pages).

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The Consequences of Human Interaction with the Environment
This paper explores the consequences of human interaction with the environment. The paper looks specifically at a forest fire that was created in Australia by a reckless and irresponsible arsonist. The paper subsequently proceeds to look at why this event is an example of human interaction with the environment and whether the event is a positive or negative example of human interaction with the environment (the answer, suffice it to say, is fairly obvious). The paper also explores at potential or actual consequences emerging from the case. In the end, Brendan Sokaluk’s actions resulted in needless death and destruction.
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.....damage human beings along the way. For reasons such as these, laws against arson need to be vigorously enforced.
Works Cited
Foley, Meriaiah, and Anahad O’Connor. (2009, February 17). Security tightens for suspect in a deadly Australian fire. New York Times. Retrieved April 29, 2010 from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=n5h&AN=36521759&site=ehost-live
Malkin, Bonnie. (2009, February 16). Australian web vigilantes call for alleged arsonist, Brandon Sokaluk, to be burned at the stake. London Telegraph. Retrieved April 29, 2010 from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/australiaandthepacific/australia/4639352/Australian-web-vigilantes-call-for-alleged-arsonist-Brendan-Sokaluk-to-be-burned-at-the-stake.html