It’s true that a city is not a “natural” environment, but it is an urban environment with its own complex ecosystem! Additionally, a city cannot exist/survive with a natural environment. Where does the material to build the skyscrapers come from? Steel is man made but its sub components are natural resources. The food that feeds the city comes from the environment. The waste the city generates is dumped in the environment. And you may feel that you can’t do anything or your actions don’t affect anything, but millions of people share that view, and millions of people can have a harmful impact. If everyone of you adopts small lifestyle changes, such as using less plastic waste, then we can do something! And of course, this is a hard journey- you can’t cut plastic completely, but every little step counts! On that same level we find that most pest removal and pesticides are extremely harmful to the environment. Using things like best ultrasonic pest repeller would be a great way for us to reduce our impact on Earth.
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I understand what you’re saying, and if everyone followed along it would help to a degree. But the real problem is heavy industry, which isn’t going anywhere. A long term fix requires cleaner energy and preserving the actual “natural” environment and less expansion of urban environment.
In the meantimes USA is feeding our own children with glyphosate found in corn, cotton, wheat, and anything with high fructose corn syrup. Even organic food cannot escape trace ammounts. But it’s good to diverse attention to a different country so we can feel sorry for someone else. It is happening here. And Monsanto thanks to Clintons and friends is escaping any punishment.
Plenty of science and peer reviewed research out there showing the damage glyphosate causes. It’s better to err on the side of caution where health is concerned. I say no to glyphosate in my food. Those in favour of it can have my share. Enjoy your poison dose!