Nature Essay Topics

Jack London Questions and Essay on “To Build a Fire”

1. What does “survival of the fittest” mean, and where does the phrase come from? “Survival of the fittest” means that species or race with the best acquired characteristics would survive. And the phrase comes from one of the authors that most influenced London, Herbert Spencer. 2. What is socialism? Why was London attracted to… View Article

Control of Nature

The earth, with its vast structure of land masses is expected to experience different forms of worldly phenomena. World-renowned Writer John McPhee saw it all. The massive destruction caused by inevitable earthly chaos made by humanity’s ignorance and intentional or unintentional disregard of natural processes struck him. For the reason that of McPhee’s benevolent concern… View Article

The Sanctuary

The author of the publication is Elif Batuman. The article’s title is the Sanctuary published in December 19th to 26th in the year 2011. The origin version title is the Life and the Legend by Susan Orlean. It was about the world’s oldest temple built 11,500 years ago at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. Batuman embarks… View Article

Farley, Mowat’s “Never cry wolf”

Farley, Mowat’s “Never cry wolf,” is a book based on the research of the lifestyle of wolves in the Arctic Circle. Mowat uses his experience to educate the society of the social ills conducted by the hunters towards the wolves. The book displays the risk that the wolf pack families face due to the human… View Article

Exploration Proposal

Nature is a huge part of our lives. While we appreciate the blessings she imparts on us, we often forget that we are robbing her treasures and thus disclaiming our generation the pleasures of enjoying nature in all her abundance. Conceptually there are a variety of ideas I would like to explore in relation to… View Article

Wildlife sanctuaries of India

India has over 441 animal sanctuaries, referred to as Wildlife sanctuaries (IUCN Category IV Protected Area). Among these, the 41 Tiger Reserves are governed by Project Tiger, and are of special significance in the conservation of the tiger. Some wildlife sanctuaries are specifically named Bird Sanctuary, e.g. Keoladeo National Park before attaining National Park status…. View Article

Nature, Healthy to the Environment and You

Throughout time cities have been the gathering place of great thinkers and idealist who have moved our world forward. Being a place where many people who hold similar ideas may gather and form a community, city life brings inspiration and innovation to many common aspects of life such as art, technology, and pop culture. Without… View Article

Reading Response to a Poem

The poem “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver was a very inspirational poem. Oliver creatively uses imaginative language, emotion, symbolism, and romanticism which led to a very positive and upbeat tone in her poem. Throughout this poem, the one thing that I focused on was the positive and upbeat tones that this poem contained. By her… View Article

Beyond Romantic Ecocriticism: Toward Urbanatural Roosting

One of S. T. Coleridge’s many passions was “the Science of Words, their use and abuse and the incalculable advantages attached to the habit of using them appropriately… ” (Aids to Reflection 7). This passion drove Coleridge to coin over 600 words, including “psychosomatic,” “romanticize,” “supersensuous,” and memorable phrases like “the willing suspension of disbelief…. View Article

Animalistic Passion

In the novel Therese Raquin by Emile Zola, Zola’s use of naturalism causes Therese and Laurent to fall victim to their own animalistic passion. Zola’s masterful use of naturalism creates the idea that Therese and Laurent are merely animals acting out of instinct, unable to control their emotions or actions. This natural instinct is what… View Article

The Controversy of Nature vs. Nurture

The Nature vs. Nurture controversy was begun by British researcher Sir Francis Galton, who invented the term “Nature vs. Nurture” (Wood, Wood, & Boyd, 2005). He began the debate about whether intelligence happens because of our environment, or because of the genes we are given at birth (Wood, et al., 2005). There is much debate… View Article

The Reason Why I Interest on Science

In my family there is a tradition of interest in science: my grandmother was college professor in chemistry and physics, and both my parents were trained as mechanical engineers in college. When I was a kid, my mom showed me a box full of extremely tiny gears — those that table clocks are made out… View Article

Two of Bronfenbrenner’s Ideas

If I had to choose two of Bronfenbrenner’s ideas that are examples of how my development has been influenced by the rings I would have to say for one would be my family which would be the micro system. I say my family because I am a very family orientated person. That was just how… View Article

Science and Human Life

Science has completely changed the pattern of man’s life. Our life today is radically different from forefathers. Even a few hundred years ago man was largely at the mercy of nature. Whenever there was a calamity, the only consolation lay in the message contained in the proverb, “What cannot be cured must be endured”. But… View Article

Morality as Anti-Nature

Friedrich Nietzsche stands as one of the philosophers who tackled about the complexities of human existence and its condition. It is noteworthy to state that most of his works made several standpoints to what he refers to as the Ubermensch. The conception of such is designed to inspire the individual to substantiate his existence and… View Article

Importance of Nature

The more technologically savvy our society becomes and as our cities become larger and more urbanized our connection with nature gets weaker and weaker. It is difficult to remember the natural beauty of a 100 year old oak tree while you dwell in the city where you are lucky to see a tree every three… View Article

Buffalo, New York

Nature, in its core function, is the cause and effect relationship offered to things with “ascertainable objectivity”, happening without cause. From this we can easily conclude that the state of the nature of something that something being an object with “thing-hood”, as humorously described in class is its beginning purpose and generality. There are a… View Article

Nature Nurture Debate

The nature nurture debate is where philosophers and theorist argue that we are born to be the way we are. Other theorist argues that it is the way we are brought up and influenced by the areas surrounding us (environment). Biological programming Genetics plays a vital role in the development of the human life as… View Article

Self-Introduction Speech Assignment

1. Objective A. Specific Purpose – To introduce audience about my culture/ experiences of Mountaineering. B. Central Idea – How Mountaineering’s is limiting, benefitting, and accepted in society. 2. Introduction C. In this day and age, we survive in haste- trying to adapt to an ever-changing, dynamic, and intermingled digital culture. Do we take notice… View Article

How nature and nurture may affect the development

The development of an individual can be down to different aspects such as physical, intellectual, emotional and social development; these effects can be due to nature or nurture or quite possibly both. ‘The nature versus nurture debate has been a classic controversy among experts for centuries’ (, even now there has been no clear conclusion… View Article

Farley Mowat’s “Never cry wolf”

Farley, Mowat’s “Never cry wolf,” is a book based on the research of the lifestyle of wolves in the Arctic Circle. Mowat uses his experience to educate the society of the social ills conducted by the hunters towards the wolves. The book displays the risk that the wolf pack families face due to the human… View Article

Problem or Success of Implementing Tourism

The problem that has face by the owner of the Salak Denai Chalet is promotion to promote their service. They only promote their service via customer, facebook and blog only. But, facebook and blog not actively yet. Besides, the chalet that they build was doesn’t have a plan and Majlis Daerah Yan was issued a… View Article

Understanding Luck and Chance (Aristotle)

After introducing the principle causes (efficient, formal, material, final), Aristotle talks about chance and spontaneity in Book II, (Physics) for the purpose of investigating their place among the said causes. Aristotle bases his enquiry on the observation that in history, these terms are conflictive in their interpretation. Some people say that everything that we consider… View Article

Man vs. Nature

The natural world is superior to all of humanity. Without reason, land controls us and influences our identities. Through mankind’s power we try to suppress the natural world but never truly succeed. “Progressive Insanities of a Pioneer” by Margaret Attwood, “The Bull Moose” by Alden Nowlan and “Not Just a Platform for my Dance” are… View Article

Nature Writing, and the Problem of Canonical Elision

The research paper is quite possibly the most common assignment in English courses at CGU. For tips on how to approach your research papers, see our brochure on Writing in English Courses. The Paper| The struggle now being waged in the professoriate over which writers deserve canonical status is not just a struggle over the… View Article

Build a Fire with Nature

The story is told in an omniscient point of view about a man’s journey through the Yukon wilderness all alone, with only a Husky as a companion. While the man’s thoughts are occupied with many characters such as the old timer in Sulphur Creek and the boys that he is to meet in the other… View Article

Forest School/Reggio Emilia

The forest school approach embraces the outdoors as a learning environment for children to explore. It first originated in Denmark and was introduced to the UK in the 1950’s. This approach is important as it helps to raise a child’s self-esteem, confidence and also enable problem solving. Forest school provides a challenging environment for children… View Article

On the Woods

It was an early morning, beautiful and not to hot or cold to be outside to do stuff. I decided to go for a nice relaxing walk through the woods that is behind my house and clear my head with everything i was thinking about that was going on. The sight and sounds you could… View Article

Art Exhibit on Nature

The planet earth is the only known habitat for humankind. For millions of years, it served as the home to numerous living things such as animals, plants and people. More so, it has been a witness to many events that have shaped the course of world history. Because of this, it is suffice to say… View Article

Pablo Neruda’s Use of Nature

The natural world is one that exists outside of all human constructs and limitations, and illuminates a valuable reality in the world. When considering Pablo Neruda’s body of work, a clear thematic focus on nature is visible. Many of his poems reference the natural, untouched world. This is a thematic juxtaposition to the over-structured, artificial… View Article