Senior Project Advisor
Miles, John C., 1944-
As we near the end of the twentieth century, our society faces an uncertain future. Can we continue on our present pathway of exploitation and degradation of the natural world and hope that it will continue to sustain us? Our wanton wastefulness and destructiveness have damaged and destroyed many natural ecosystems and pushed many more to the brink of collapse. This degradation has been the result of such factors as overpopulation, industrialism, rapid and extensive development, and economic incentives; but ultimately, our unsustainable social structure is the product of a society which has become distant from the natural world and which feels compelled to conquer nature rather than live together with her.
Sarratt, Susan, "The Relevance of Nature Photography in Environmental Work" (1997). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 345.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Nature photography; Environmental education
student projects; term papers
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