Some problems occur from overfishing and hunting animals. Canadian Aboriginals are fighting for the right to hunt and fish commercially, but if this becomes a right as well it could drop the certain wildlife populations. Also this would cause more competition for the local hunters and fisherman who also make their living off these animals. But the natives could hunt and fish all year they could hunt and fish in massive amounts, making it difficult for the competition who begin at the start of a season. Wildlife should not be hunted all year round because the animals need time to regenerate their numbers, also if people hunt and fish during spawning or mating season they could risk killing the offspring.
The issues occurred during hunting tourism are plenty, such as remove livelihood, reduce protected areas and drive more people and resources into hunting. Nowadays, more and more people debating over whether should restrict or just forbidden hunting tourism, however, during the same time they are arguing, the growing trend of killed animals are not stopped. Government should ban hunting tourism as soon as possible. In my opinion, hunting affirms a hunter’s belief that he is superior to a lion, bear, bush pig and other wildlife, regardless of their status as endangered. Therefore, he will continue to believe that their lives are worth less than his.
Paxton George concludes that vegetarian diets are not morally superior to diets that include the consumption of animal products; she advocates a view that treats dietary choices as expressing “intersubjectively valid aesthetic [as opposed to moral] values” (171). In what follows, I address Adams’s and Paxton George’s concerns and lay out a contextually sensitive, virtue ethics-based approach to ethical eating that is both morally defensible and readily practicable. I believe Paxton George is correct to claim that Adams’s unqualified endorsement of feminist-vegetarianism/ veganism actually privileges adult males in industrialized countries.
Sport hunting has become out of control, where there is a gray area on what is necessary, and what is going too far. From simple animal control in a human populated community, to hunting game in an animal’s natural habitat, people have abused the right to hunt animals. Hunting as a sport needs to be cut to a need to need basis instead of just for a fun recreational activity. As stated in the article Arguments for Hunting: “According the League Against Cruel Sports (LACS), hunting provides jobs for around 750 people. Hunters argue that these people would be unemployed if hunting was banned.
"People cut down forests for encumber, clear fields for farms, and plug quagmires to build towns, highways, and factories. Land can as well be empty for such things as mineral mining". (Middleton, Susan and David, p 28) Scientists are quick to remind us that endangered animals might be а precious resource in the future. When wildlife species are endangered or wiped out, the whole world loses. People in lots of countries are anxious not simply about their own endangered animals but also concerning those in rising countries in Africa, Asia and South America.
Thus, My Body Is My Own Business expresses that “individuals should not be judged according to gender, beauty, wealth or privilege”, which are all of the things which modern culture uses to judge. Watt-Cloutier draws attention to urban/modern culture’s ignorance of and damage to the Inuit culture. She stresses that global warming is causing a major destruction of the Inuit culture, which is greatly dependent on hunting animals. The animals that are hunted are becoming scarce due to modern culture’s lack of care on environmental impacts - global warming and contaminants are causing arctic animals to die/migrate to northern unreachable places. Though modern/urban culture may ask, “Who needs to hunt anymore”, they don’t understand the
Their habitats are being destroyed because of deforestation causing them to move into smaller areas away from humans. Hunters are illegally hunting gorillas for their meat, souvenirs and pets. What is being done? Many animal species have been registered as endangered animals so they’re not hunted and prevent them from becoming extinct. Many people are also trying to raise awareness and showing how habitat destruction is affecting biodiversity and the animal species living in that area.
The second reason why snow leopards are endangered is the global warming . As climate change causes temperatures to ruse, snow lines are receding, which means that snow leopards must move further up the mountain slopes as well. While they get higher ,the vegetation becomes more few, which means that the herbivores that they prey on are in limited supply as well, and the leopards are having trouble finding enough food. In conclusion, snow leopards has been listed as an endangered species for so many reasons , Two important causes of it are hunting and global warming. In my opinion, people should help out rescue groups who are trying to save these animals .I hope everyone read and spread the world about these beautiful animals with their unusual light green eyes because knowledge is always important
His argument is apparent in the first paragraph when he says, "Few people need convincing that the destruction of rain forests, mass extinction of species, and the melting of ice sheets in Greenland would all be very bad things" (677). Here, Bloom is using logical appeal followed by his question, "Do we really need to list the reasons". Bloom seeks to appeal to reason and emotion by listing the "bad things" that are happening in nature and that we should work to fix these because. Following this he asks, "Do we really need to list the reasons?" pointing out the known public awareness of nature and that we shouldn't be told to preserve the wilderness (677).
The forest trees should not cut down because it has many factors for purpose. According to Forest has air and oxygen and if you are cutting the trees down they are hurting the environment and animals where they live near trees or on trees like rabbits and all could die because of forest disappear and it causes flooding to the world and near the forest so all the animals can die. David reported that (1998) 80% of the terrestrial species of animals and plants are to be found there. (P. 11) and this cradle of life is disappearing at enormous rate. David found out it that hurt of animals and plants, they have different way of cut forests.