Harmonious relationship between man and nature construction basic problems of harmonious relationship between man and nature construction basic problems of environmental law paperback by anne golon file id 64105a7 freemium media library influential on our regard for nature the economic systems that we construct and live within are i suggest the primary immediate causes of our relations . These man made environmental problems cannot all be solved by technology alone changes in human behaviour are necessary hence the need for codes of conduct based on the ethics of the environment the relationship between man and nature must be reconsidered what is nature what is the environment nature is the whole of the physical world it is also what exists outside of any human action man is in nature but he acts upon it thereby emancipating himself of it he is part and apart of . Establishing harmonious relationship between man and nature establishing harmonious relationship between man and nature by rahul sharman on january 19 2012 0 it is an age old maxim that nature is our mother and if it is to be commanded it must be obeyed nature binds truth happiness and virtue together as by an insoluble chain but mans ignorance of this immortal nature is the only . This paper mainly criticizes the viewpoints that put man against nature and society and emphasizes that a harmonious relationship should be established among man nature and society human nature and society supplement one another and depend on one another for existence nature is the precondition and foundation for the existence and development of human and society. Environmental law aims to achieve the mechanism of double harmonious development and harmony will be the essential ity of environmental law only the harmonious development of the relationship between human beings and nature can en sure the environmental rights of the present and future genera tions 3 concept of environmental rights of
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