Political ecology is studying the relationships between environmental issues and changes and political, developmental, economic, and social factors. Subjects such as anthropology, forestry, development studies, environmental sociology, environmental history, and geography are included in Political ecology.
THOMAS J. BASSETT, an American Professor, has used the term political ecology as a geographical expression in 1988. Professor Michael J. Watts, a Scientist of Geography stated that environmental protection should be activated to the extent of the impact of political power released on natural environmental resources. The knowledge of Political Ecology is the centric field of the current political economy.
The future of humans depends on whether humans correctly use the right inherited by them to control the environment before understanding how to control themselves.
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