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Technology vs nature - a battle that should not exist

Name: Aya Ali Al ZayatSchool: The First Bosniak High SchoolLevel: High school student (senior)             For centuries, humans have been taming and using nature for their selfish purposes, but have carelessly neglected it at the same time. A long time ago – in 1852, Chief Seattle sent a letter to the president of the United States of America, addressing this issue in a very direct way. “This we know: The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the…See More
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Technology vs nature - a battle that should not exist

Name: Aya Ali Al ZayatSchool: The First Bosniak High SchoolLevel: High school student (senior)             For centuries, humans have been taming and using nature for their selfish purposes, but have carelessly neglected it at the same time. A long time ago – in 1852, Chief Seattle sent a letter to the president of the United States of America, addressing this issue in a very direct way. “This we know: The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the…See More
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Technology vs nature - a battle that should not exist

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Name: Aya Ali Al Zayat

School: The First Bosniak High School

Level: High school student (senior)

             For centuries, humans have been taming and using nature for their selfish purposes, but have carelessly neglected it at the same time. A long time ago – in 1852, Chief Seattle sent a letter to the president of the United States of America, addressing this issue in a very direct way. “This we know: The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the…

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