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Technological and industrial development is a widespread phenomenon that effect on the life of all creatures in our planet. Previous studies have done on development concentrated especially on the benefit of it. It addressed the advantages of technology on teaching, learning and lifestyle.Also it explore policy changes that have affected technology's role and how these changes have influenced the life of people . Man is considered the superior creature on earth so he believed that he has the right to exploit other resources. However no previous studies take this issue in consideration. Thus the present study aims to explore the earth exploitation in times of climate change. Moreover it aims for increasing human conscious towards mother earth. It examines the causes why American play right Paula Cizmar wrote her play Chisera. Arne Naess's Ecosophy T; unity and diversity of life concept is used to explain the human responsibility towards nature. The present study concludes that nature can be exploited and destroyed by man. In addition the present study contributes anew solutions for environmental crisis. More importantly it concludes that technology and industrial expansion have bad effect on nature but by increasing people knowledge and consciousness we can overcome these crisis .
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