The Importance Of Restoration Ecology
Humans have a responsibility to take care of what the Earth provides us for resources to maintain our existence; however, we must restore what we have broken. If we don’t there will be nothing left for future generations.
Restoration ecology can be a primary part of conservation and sustainable development programs throughout the world. What makes ecological restoration valuable is its ability to provide people with the opportunity not only to repair ecological damage, but also to improve the human condition. Ecological restoration has also been able to renew economic opportunities, traditional cultural practices and refocus the aspirations of local communities (Gann & Lamb, 2006).
We must take the human population size into consideration when we try to develop environmental restoration projects because any attempts to restore ecosystems can be harmed if the population is still growing and still using resources that are being repaired and replaced. Renewing a damaged and degraded ecosystem will take time to