Thinking as a group rather as an individual

             There are many discrepancies about the value of land and the environment. Many people take the land we live on for granted and don’t realize that what we have could disappear fairly quickly. Although we are a growing species and embarking towards the future, the land we live on now is priceless and it’s all we’ve got. Learning to create landscapes that enable us to protect our environment from any drastic changes is a difficult task but is nevertheless impossible. A little help could carry a long distance and once people are understanding of how important our landscape and environment are to our wellbeing, the results of our fast thinking and benevolent creations could greatly impact the future.
             It is a known fact that the landscape changes as population increases. The once vast and various landscapes are cut short to create room for new buildings, parks and roads. The patchy remnants of nature are what should be taken into account as valuable and sacred land. The last sole surviving habitats for native animals and plants were once what defined the residential and business areas of the world, and without them beauty would cease to exist. Whether we know it or not, the land surrounding us plays a huge part in our daily lives and asks for nothing in return. It’s the truth. Society today is more worried about the “individual” rather than the “group”, and unfortunately the majority of people would only think about helping the environment if the results would be beneficial for them in the long run.
             The best work of Landscape Architecture has to respond to art, technology, ecology and human needs. One huge dilemma in creating an intriguing landscape for human satisfaction and practicality is to also create an environmentally sound one as well. Taking into account the surrounding atmosphere and key species that inhabit the site would help prevent any future threats to nature and to society as well. For...

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