Reflective Essay About The Environment

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As the result of my experience this semester I can conclude that this experience was a life changing experience. The way I viewed things in the past about the environment has changed. In the past I was not aware of the importance of living a more sustainable life. Also, how protecting our environment is one of the today’s most serious issues. Some of issues and information that I learned throughout this semester was the web life, food web, overpopulation, mutualism & commensalism, climate change, pollution, rainforest & sea destruction, and the extinction of many animals and plants. It was interesting to learn about the cause and prevention of erosion, while doing my EACAP project. I was not aware of the importance of preventing erosion from the trail. I have many take away this semester not only I have learned about current environmental issue, but also the history of it. Now that I know that someday, we can run out of sources I value than more than ever. During my EACAP project I become more familiar with the causes of erosion and how to prevent it…show more content…
I was not aware of the importance of living a more sustainable life. Before I used to recycle however, now I enjoy and care more about recycling everything I can. Every day I try to spend less time on the shower in order to save water. Every time I hear or see someone wasting water it bothers me and I do a speech on how wasting water is bad to the environment. To help preventing air pollution I try to walk more rather than using my car for everything, like I used to. Even though class is over I will continue living a more sustainable life and educating my friends and family of the importance of valuing our resources since we can eventually run out of them. Based on all the readings we did throughout the semester, I now understand that if we do not take care of the environment no one will. I want the next generation to have a better planet to

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