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Should overfarming and coal and oil industries be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted?

Should overfarming and coal and oil industries be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted?
  • Yes, these industries should be further regulated because they often deplete resources to make a profit without consideration to the future.

    Yes, overfarming and coal and oil industries should be further regulated to prevent them from depleting natural resources because these resources cannot be manufactured. Oftentimes, companies become overzealous in harvesting the materials for profit without a thought to the consequences. It is because of this kind of behavior that climate change has become such an urgent threat to the world.

  • Yes, I think so.

    Yes, overfarming and coal and oil industries should be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted. Yes, overfarming and coal and oil industries should be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted because if they are not regulated, it could spell disaster. What will happen when we run out? What will we go to next? We have to regulate them.

  • Yes, this is true.

    We should try to be conservative. By so doing we will always benefit from our natural resources. Therefore i support the further regulation of over-farming, coal and oil industries. This will help prevent the natural resources like the Oglalla Aguifer from being depleted. Of course such resources are are a country's benefit.

  • Yes, overfarming and coal and oil industries should be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted.

    Yes, overfarming and coal and oil industries should be further regulated to prevent natural resources like the Oglala Aguifer from being depleted because if they are not regulated, it could spell disaster. What will happen when we run out? What will we go to next? We have to regulate them.

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