Live Free And Starve By Chitra Divakaruni Essay

 

Kendra GrahamProfessor Adam BurgessEnglish 1012 October 2016EthicsHow does what we do in our eer!da! lies affect the enironment or our future seles" #s it een our fault" How do we change" Ethics $la!s a big role in answering eachof these %uestions& 'he essa!s ()ie *ree and +tare, b! -hitra .ia/aruni (aste ot ant ot, b! Bill 3cKibben (*orget +horter +howers, b! .erric/ 4ensen all contain the to$ic of ethics !et each touches on a different sub5ect matter and how it affects societ!& hen considering how an action im$acts our culture we need to thin/ about howour decisions affect others the butterfl! effect and how we will change if we decide to do so& 'here are few things that we do that dont affect other $eo$les life in some form or another& (*orget +horter +howers, and (aste ot ant ot, ma/e a $oint about how as times eole the machines we use are $rogressiel! ma/ing our enironment worse& Howeer 4ensen $laces the blame on big industr! while 3cKibben e7$lains how the indiidual is the $roblem& #n his essa! 3cKibben states (e built an econom! that de$ended on waste and boundless waste is what it has $roduced, 8960:& B! using the word (we, he is critici;ing the wa! that eer!one wastes not a s$ecific grou$& #n this statement he also ma/es a $oint about how much we hae acce$ted waste as a $art of our dail! life& -onersel! 4ensen uses facts to su$$ort his argument b! $ointing out that (munici$al waste accounts for onl! <= of total waste $roduction in the >nited +tates,

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