A contemporary environment, by definition, is an environment that exists simultaneously with something else which means that there is a contemporary environment for Abe Lincoln that differs from the modern contemporary environment. Therefore, if the environment of the past is different from the environment of the present, then it is safe to assume that the contemporary environment of our children in the future will also be quite different. The point I am trying to make is that the fundamental law of nature is that nothing remains stagnant, i.e. change in the environment is an unavoidable fact of life. While it may be possible to understand everything about an ecosystem at a given time, to fully understand the ecosystem, one must consider the inevitable changes that have and will occur as time progresses. Therefore I will say that CHANGE is what characterizes a contemporary (or any) environment.
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