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The difficulties of managing environmental issues are plentiful. The natural world is built on complex, intrinsic systems that operate in concord.
THRIVE would like to extend warm gratitude to Sunil for his presentation. “The world has… Read More »THRIVE thanks guest speaker Sunil Murlidar Shastri
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Living things in an area interconnect in a cyclical feedback system, that maintains a delicate balance between themselves, other species and the nonliving components of their environment. This feedback system is an ecosystem.