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From a functionalist perspective, how has human behavior and our way of life contributed to environmental problems? So far I have the premise that functionalist examine the entire system itself. Human activities have become a dominant influence on the earth's climate and ecosystems. Our human need for a faster way way of doing everyday things has lead to more non environmentally friendly measures. Please provide website with more information on this question. Thanks.

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