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Positive Impacts Humans Make on the Environment

Humans are the cause for many problems on the environment, right? Actually, humans cause many positive effects in nature.  The human race may have had many negative impacts on the environment, however we have also made an equal number of positive impacts. We have not yet made our environment the best it can be, but we are working hard to fix the problems. There is much more that can be done.

The human race can be blamed for destroying our environment by doing things such as leaving trash on the beaches and polluting the air with car exhaust. By building on and near beaches, humans are destroying the nesting grounds for sea turtles, birds, and other beach plants. We also tend to fish too much. While fishing, some people become very careless and sometimes destroy coral reefs that grow on the ocean floor.  Humans will do anything to protect the beach, such as,  building concrete barriers to prevent erosion. All these impacts we make on our environment are slowly turning into positive ones, because of the steps we have begun to take to fix them. If we are trying to fix them our children will see the great effects we are making on the environment and want to follow our example.

Humans have learned to increase the amount of crop yields to feed the hungry. In doing this we can have healthier humans that want to help get the environment back on track. Along with this idea we are also trying to use natural resources instead of harsh chemicals, which in turn will create a positive impact on the environment. The fewer chemicals we put into the environment the less chance we have of destroying our ozone layer. Also there will be less of a  chance of contaminating our water, as well.

Could having more crop fields be a positive effect on the environment? In many ways it can have a positive effect on the environment, but in some other ways it can also harm it. It can help the environment by giving the insects and animals more food to survive.  The more animals that survive the better the environment will be. Without the existence of animals there would be no environment for  humans. In many ways this can’t help the environment, one of these ways is because we humans want to try to keep the animals away from the crops. Why? They want more food. To do this we will have to use more chemicals. The more chemicals we use, the more negative impacts we put on the environment, rather than positive effects.

In almost all situations, all we have to do is choose whether or not we want to make a positive impact or negative impact on the environment. Just remember when you make positive choices you will always get positive results back. To learn more information click here. 

Work Cited

“Early Humans and their Environment” Early Humans and their Environment. John Pottage, 20 Feb. 2003. Web. 6 March, 2012.

Image of trash on beach: http://blog.aboutnewjersey.com/2008/06/09/keep-our-beaches-clean/

Image of bug eating a plant: http://www.rockymounttelegram.com/node/686559

Posted by on March 8, 2012 at 9:09 pm | Comments & Trackbacks (6)




6 Responses to “Positive Impacts Humans Make on the Environment”

  1.   fl1504046 Says:

    Do you think that special people come and clean all the trash off the beach? I never thought of crops being a positive and or harmful towards the environment. I liked how you ended your blog with just remember when you make positive choices you will always get positive results back. Good Job!

  2.   fl1504030 Says:

    Veru nice job. I didn’t see any spelling mistakes or ant grammer. Again very good job.

  3.   fl1504017 Says:

    This was a very well written blog with no gramatical errors. I do like to learn about how we humans do fix the environment because we did destroy it.

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