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Humans cannot live without:

- oxygen
- fresh water
- food
- proper temperature

So, why are we so worried about all the other things?

All the natural resources and ecosystems need to work together as a whole-earth regeneration system, to produce the oxygen, fresh water, food, and proper temperature in the atmosphere that sustains our lives.

Why get in a big uproar about a species of tiny frogs, or a coral reef, or a flowering plant?  They don't provide us with oxygen, fresh water, food or the proper temperature.

Every single resource, every species - all have important functions in the preservation, recycling and regeneration of life on Earth.

Also, much of our medicine has come from plants and animals.  There are many more species we haven't even identified (discovered) yet that will provide cures for disease and other discoveries to make our lives better.  The preservation of our biological diversity and our natural resources will help ensure the continuation of life on our planet. 

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