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American Indians destroyed environment too

Archeological evidence shows that Native Americans were no more or no less protective of the environment than were any other groups on earth. A large majority of plant and animal species that ever existed on the American continents had been driven extinct by Native Americans long before Columbus set foot in the West Indies. Environmental protection is a luxury that became possible to Western societies only in the last several decades. Before industrialization and the current age of material abundance, all human groups had to exploit the environment to the maximum just to survive. No one could afford to be environmentally conscious, and Native Americans were no exception.

Psychology Today

It’s not so much that all cultures do the same things as that all human groups are eventually devoured from within by their least responsible people, who tend to genocide everything they can find on their way out.

It’s easy to fix however.

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