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Nature, Society and Technology

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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 1200
Professor
Kate Parizeau
Semester
Fall

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Nature, Society, and Technology Technology is the place where people meet their environment as technology increases the relationship with nature changes scale individual computers, but also connected to bigger system, the internet think about it on different levels also true of nature and society something about motherhood and apple pie I=PAT complexity innovation, comes form having bigger population groups thats when you develop education, necessity for creative solutions same can be said of affluence you need money for research and development move to solar energy requires a certain amount of affluence and technology however to not stop the implact but decreases appartenly solar panels take a shit load of engery to make power, social power people are not willing to let go of their power Kinds of forests traditionally in Bamff, were regulated by fire, but recently weather patterns revealed that the fires were not natural, but the native people were doing it on purpose, maintaing the health of the forrest Ecological imperialism, animals from periphery to new world, or from one part of the periphery to another lot of it seen in australia and other islands frogs and rabbits industrialization next big shift in terms of peoples relations with the environment Energy industral revolution saw rise of energy consumptions and production and technology heavily reliant on fossil fuels not used to equal extent everywhere france uses more nuclear etc coal is dirty, so generally poorer nations and peoples use it BC mines coal and ships it to china they are a bunch of hypot
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