Some people think that human needs for farmland, housing, and industry are more important than saving land for endangered animals. Do you agree or disagree with this point of view? Why or why not? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer
Although some people think that saving land for animals is important than farmland industries and housing. I am keen on thinking that it is essential for people to use the land for human interests. To start with that human is strongest being in the world. And when humans and animals meet the problems humans will always win because of enhancing. As we know there are a lot of endangered species of animals, but we must know that humans also have problems. Every day the percent of poverty and hungry people is increasing. For example in Africa, there are people who have problems with food and can not afford daily food. Because of this many children and adults die from hunger. So this means that humanity also endangered. And we have to use this land for building a farm for making food for these people to decrease the number of dies. I think that people can not help animals when children die from hunger. So this is the first reason for using this land for humans. Secondly, as we know the number of humans is increasing and we need more space for living. Even if we have to use the animals' territories. These days besides of increasing population the number of poverty also increasing and the main reason for poverty is the lack of workplaces. We need to build more industries for people to work. Nowadays the money is fundamental for life. For example, in My country, twenty percent of the homeless have a university degree which means that in my country we have a big problem with lack of workplaces, this will lead to an increase, the number of poverty. This will raise the number of hungry people. This all will lead to decreasing in population. This is why I think that if we need to use the land for protecting humans. Taking everything into consideration we must agree to protect the population of humans. Moreover, if we can not help endangered humans, how will we help animals. It is nonsense to think about animals when humans die behind you.
Submitted by Eric Sahakyan on