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June 6, 2024

Should wildlife habitats be protected even if it hampers economic development?




Total votes: 7

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  1. LuckyHusky1
    21

    This is a difficult one for me. I want to say yes because wildlife is important and their land should not be compromised for human gain. I think if the economic development is life saving, I could see …Read MoreThis is a difficult one for me. I want to say yes because wildlife is important and their land should not be compromised for human gain. I think if the economic development is life saving, I could see myself saying no to this. However, if its just to build another bank, another store, another mall, etc. then I think they must be proteted Read Less

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  2. HappySpider4
    9

    I think that protecting wildlife habitats is one step towards prioritizing saving the environment, which would be positive for everyone. Of course, one would have to consider how much it could …Read MoreI think that protecting wildlife habitats is one step towards prioritizing saving the environment, which would be positive for everyone. Of course, one would have to consider how much it could economically disadvantage a group. In some ways, saving a wildlife habitat could promote tourism and non-profit efforts in certain areas which could be positive. Read Less

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  3. CleverTiger3
    36

    There are alternative ways to fuel economic development, and we should prioritize protecting habitats because once they have been destroyed, they are hard to restore. Not everything in this world …Read MoreThere are alternative ways to fuel economic development, and we should prioritize protecting habitats because once they have been destroyed, they are hard to restore. Not everything in this world should be about money and power. Read Less

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  4. BraveZebra5
    30

    I think we ought to do everything possible to keep the masters of the universe from turning everyone and everything into a fungible economic unit, so of course, wildlife habits should be protected and …Read MoreI think we ought to do everything possible to keep the masters of the universe from turning everyone and everything into a fungible economic unit, so of course, wildlife habits should be protected and improved. Read Less

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  5. WittyDeer4
    28

    I think definitely they should be protected. Wildlife Habitats are a finite resource and are being destroyed rapidly. There are many other routes and resources to economic development that don’t …Read MoreI think definitely they should be protected. Wildlife Habitats are a finite resource and are being destroyed rapidly. There are many other routes and resources to economic development that don’t involve harming wildlife. While this might hamper economic development or make it a bit harder to achieve, we have to consider the greater risks of losing wildlife habitats. Read Less

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  6. CleverCrocodile2
    43

    Yes; humans have a responsibility to care for wildlife because we have harmed it, and only we have the power to prevent each other from harming it further. Also, destroying these habitats endangers …Read MoreYes; humans have a responsibility to care for wildlife because we have harmed it, and only we have the power to prevent each other from harming it further. Also, destroying these habitats endangers wildlife, while humans will still survive even if certain economic developments are not made. Read Less

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