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Nature's self-regulating mechanisms

The Serengeti Rules
Regissør: Nicolas Brown
(USA)

ECOSYSTEMS / How can human insight into the contexts of nature be managed for the best in the Anthropocene age?

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

When we feel something, intimate, we want
happy to see if that changes. Through looking deep into nature
multifaceted, dynamic reality, we discover how different elements
are connected in surprising ways.

A few years ago, along with many others, I helped spread a small nature film on social media. Filming it How Wolves Changes Rivers and was about the wolves' return to Yellowstone National Park. Many probably thought that the story of the wolves' positive, pervasive effects on park life was too good to be true. Of course, such skepticism should always be with us, but here was the solid science behind the idea of ​​reintroducing one species into an ecosystem.

Understanding of life

The documentary The Serengeti Rules gives us a fascinating introduction to the background of it all. We meet five people who in the 1960s developed a passion and commitment to see and understand life -. . .

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Svein Hammer
Hammer is a dr.polit. in sociology and regular reviewer in Ny Tid.

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