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Would a marine biologist think the Green Revolution was a good or bad thing?

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  • As a Professional

    As a professor in marine biology (specifically zoology), this debate is too easy to say no to. The Green Revolution was a remarkable discovery that made the agriculture of the human race increase sharply. However, I believe that most biologists would say that, even if the Green Rev. Was a great study for our race, the environment gets the negative effect. More agriculture means more population. More population means the need more space to live. More of the need for space to live means destroying habitats for homes. This cycle can continue endlessly, and without these habitats, the organisms living there will either die or need to move out.

    And it makes no difference if you are a marine biologist or another biological scientist. Both will still give the same answer.

  • Speaking From Experience

    As a professor in marine biology (specifically zoology), this debate is too easy to say no to. The Green Revolution was a remarkable discovery that made the agriculture of the human race increase sharply. However, I believe that most biologists would say that, even if the Green Rev. Was a great study for our race, the environment gets the negative effect. More agriculture means more population. More population means the need more space to live. More of the need for space to live means destroying habitats for homes. This cycle can continue endlessly, and without these habitats, the organisms living there will either die or need to move out.

  • A marine biologist would think the Green Revolution was a bad thing.

    From a marine biologist's standpoint, the Green Revolution was not a very good thing. This is because of pesticides and other detrimental things to the marine life. With the technological advances, pollution would also be a huge thing, killing and harming the animals. Although the Green Revolution helped the humans, it did not help the environment.


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