In addition, even if Americans have been successful in preserving significant tracts of wilderness across borders, their insatiable appetites are condemning several locations across the globe in order to be destructed. The calls of Guha for self- limitation and renunciation are hence justified completely. However, this is not the scenario withheld by individuals and society for setting aside wild regions (Nassauer, 2013). Specific utilization of places is renounced with doubtless interest in the recreation of wilderness to seek the limitation of incompatible uses among others. In this case, Guha is right that the proponents of wilderness should work for limiting their individual consumption or end up risking a well-justified hypocrisy.
It is demanded by justice that there must be treatment of local people with respect and there must be consideration of their interests in every program for the protection of wild lands and wildlife. However, such consideration and respect will not help in solving all issues, specifically in nations as populated as India and Africa (Sarre and Smith, 2013). If there is any willingness of preserving places, wild beings or tigers, there will be a need for sacrificing some interests of human. Subsistent grazers will be grazing livestock beyond the boundaries of the parks. There will be a need for wealthy sportsmen to give up on their hobbies to hunt tigers.
There is a need for strong efforts in meeting the basic requirements of poor inhabitants alongside these parks. However, where needs end up conflicting with measures under the necessity of preserving species, there is a need of meeting them for the preservation of wild nature (Timoney and Lee, 2001). Restraint of consumer among the wealthy population is a necessity for the protection of wild nature similar to the preservation of wilderness. Both can be deemed necessary as economies and human populations are growing continuously with explicit lawful protection. This protection is required from human economic performance and is the only approach of securing the survival and existence of a number of ecological communities and species.