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 @9JB8X9QLeftanswered…5mos5MO

I am highly against anything damaging nature in the name of productivity and capital, the human centered perspective that we "own" nature is sick.

 @9LN3FMNSocial Democraticfrom Oregon answered…2mos2MO

I would not be at ease with the notion of the natural beauty of the environment not being around for my children to see, not only does it negatively harm the environment, but nature should be for everyone not be destroyed on a whim for profit or efficiency.

 @9LL2LSYLeftfrom Texas answered…2mos2MO

No I would not at allbe at ease. We need to do more to conserve and protect both our own nature and the world.

 @9JV5G4PLeftanswered…4mos4MO

It would trouble me deeply if my children were not to see ice bears, rain forrests and islands close to the sea.

 @9JQ2X92from Michigan answered…5mos5MO

 @9JFHHZRLeftfrom Virginia answered…5mos5MO

We should create programs to retain natural beauty and create media depicting it for future generations to see

 @9JCZL6Sanswered…5mos5MO

I would prefer that the natural beauty that I can currently enjoy will also be enjoyable for the next generations.

 @9FGSKLL from British Columbia answered…4mos4MO

No! It is unacceptable that people aren't listening to environmental recommendations, and the fact future generations are going to have to accept that natural beauty that we currently enjoy doesn't exist makes me sick.

 @9LM849WChristian Democratic Unionfrom Oregon answered…2mos2MO

As much as we like to have beautiful buildings I think it is important to keep some natural parks and place where people can go to cool off their minds of to have morning/evening walks. I advocate for nature.

 @9LKVPFXFree Democraticfrom Oregon answered…2mos2MO

 @9K5M25TEcological Democraticfrom Arizona answered…4mos4MO

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 @9LKTXQQfrom Oregon answered…2mos2MO

Absolutely not. Not only for my future children but for my future self. I want to be able to retire in a world that I can breathe in, not one that is lacking so much of what it once had.

 @9K39GG2Free Democraticfrom Virginia answered…4mos4MO

No, not at all. They deserve to see the natural environment that I and everybody in my generation enjoyed.

 @9K38XCCSocial Democraticfrom Virginia answered…4mos4MO

This is a huge issue for me. I do not believe that debt is the biggest threat to future generations. It is the way we have destroyed the environment and continue to do so.

 @9K4PX35from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

We should create programs to retain natural beauty and create media depicting it for future generations to see. As the future generation, and for the generations after me, I would not like to have to walk around with a mask outside because the generations before us ruined out earth

 @9K38XH8Free Democraticfrom Virginia answered…4mos4MO

I feel the environment has been polluted so badly future children may not see what it once was

 @9K4LJY7from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

No, I think that the environment is a natural resource that is slowly dying, and I want it to be around for my children.

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