Destroyed is a pretty strong term. It is pretty much true that any place we decide to inhabit, bringing with us houses and electricity and so forth, the local ecology is decimated. “Touch” is less strong term, though, and there are many places we’ve “touched” that are still mostly intact. The national parks are an example, as are some rain forests (that haven’t yet been plundered for wood). In general, humans are pretty destructive, but not completely so. There’s hope that we will shed that trait as the environmental movement grows in strength.
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