This Question is from the english hornbill book . chapter name is the ailing planet: the green's movement role . plsss answer this asap...need it urgently...tomorrow is my exam..
Question :: - We have shifted- one hopes, irrevocably- from the mechanistic view to a holistic view of the world - says Nani Palkiwala. what personal social economic and political changes do you think have been made ???
The Green Movement bought a gradual change in the view of the people. Now, the people began thinking 'holistically' and 'ecologically' in the sense that they began considering Earth as an organism having its own needs. People are promoting the idea that earth is holy and has rich ecology. People are being made aware of sustainable development. They are also being educated about environment and ways to maintain ecological balance. Politically, government is running large scale cleanliness programmes. A lot of money has been spent by the government to build toilets for better sanitation. People are also helping in spreading awareness among their social groups.
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According to Mr Lester R. Brown, there are four biological systems, namely fisheries, forests, grasslands and croplands. They form the basis of the global economic system. They supply food to us and raw materials for our industries. But in large areas of the world, these systems are reaching unsustainable levels. Their productivity is being damaged.
For the first time in human history, we are concerned about the-Survival of not just the people but of the planet. In this era of responsibility, an industry can play a crucial role. Today, many industrialists and politicians have realized their responsibility in preserving the natural resources for the future generation.
The growth of world population is another factor distorting the future of our children. Development is not possible if population increases. The writer says that fertility falls as incomes rise, education spreads, and health improves. Thus, development is the best contraceptive.