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Human impacts on remote destinations are often difficult to notice but quick to create a ripple effect in the Earth’s ecosystem. However, limited access does not mean that their destruction is okay. All efforts must be made to ensure that access to remote destinations is controlled so that our immediate environs are conserved (Bolger 27). The objective should be to protect that which is far so that the closest things to us can flourish and continue supporting us. This paper will argue that access to remote destinations should be restricted, not encouraged.
Human impact on the environment goes beyond our immediate environs. Like the Earth, the environment is expansive and relative (Polunin 63). For example, mangroves and marshes are not uniformly distributed around the world, so protecting them may not be a priority for some. This might explain why inhabitants of the Himalayas strive to protect the ecosystem while others view its conservation with less concern (Richards 18). However, when considered as a whole, the environment is composed of numerous interconnect ecosystems which form a single entity. When snow peaks in the Himalayas melt the whole world is affected, though relatively. For example, the Himalayan bio-diversity region covers a large area with a unique climate of its own. It has 765 wild animals, 816 species of trees, and 1,745 species of medicinal flora with huge significance and value (Rayaz 16).
The Marianas and the Mariana Trench, which have unique flora and fauna, are visited every year by explorers interested in the area’s geological features (Huang and Shih 42). However, some of the methods used in exploration and descents are harmful to the ecosystem and may have long-term negative impacts. The Mariana Trench has been proposed as a nuclear waste disposal site (in a manner similar to other oceanic trenches), which is unsurprising given that humans like to take advantage of remote
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