Ecological And Social Implications Of Trans And Climate Change

Ecological And Social Implications Of Trans And Climate Change

by The Daily Eye Team July 2 2016, 10:53 am Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 35 secs

We are biological creatures, part of an ecosphere, living in communities. Like any other organism, our genetic code sets parameters within which we live. The ecosphere is governed by laws of physics and chemistry that set the parameters within which all organisms exist. And we encounter the world not as isolated, independent individuals but through social systems that affect how we understand ourselves and the possibilities for our lives. Stated this generally, few people would disagree. Yet in practice, contemporary high-energy/high-technology society ignores these ecological realities, and people routinely endorse practices—or ignore the need to change practices—that leave us dramatically out of sync with the larger living world.


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