Under prepared to manage our resources
(Amarillo, TX USA)
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For the most part colleges forget about our natural environment and push technology and development to our up-and-coming generations. The new generations do need to be ready to understand and utilize technology, however, they also need to be keenly aware of problems that exist with the environment.
Management courses seldom focus on wildlife and management, they focus on managing people and technology. When a management course does focus on wildlife and environment, it is often under-attended due to having limited seating or qualified instructors.
This shortfall can only be rectified by getting more qualified individuals to teach and lead in the field,
and it doesn't need to only take place in heavily industrialized nations but also in underdeveloped nations (even more so than industrialized nations).
This is due to underdeveloped nations relying upon their natural resources to try and develop into an industrialized nation; this can be overcome by finding alternative routes to development.Barry's Response
- Thank, you Ervin. If "development" is what it's all about, you have made some interesting points. Maybe we were far happier before we became a developed people.
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