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Should politics drive resource conservation/wilderness management? Science? Something else? IS "politicized" planning valid? why or why not?
Is the wilderness Act sufficient? should it be amended? how?
The Wilderness Act And Politicized Resource Management
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
The Wilderness Act and Politicized Resource Management
Politics makes a great influence on the day-to-day operations of people. In some ways, political issues affect the operations of the elected government that involves passing bills and acts governing a particular state. For instance, in case of countries that have opposition government, it might be hard for a certain bill to be passed in the parliament due to political wrangles. The Wilderness Act constitutes the wilderness preservation system that affects all the people in a particular state. Politics should not drive the wilderness management, science, and resource conservation. Politicized planning is not advisable because of the different perspectives taken by assorted political counterparts. In case politics is solely involved, it might take a lot of time and resources to conclude a particular issue.