Science becomes an important perspective in human life. Without science, people are difficult to move forwards and develop their ideas towards quality life. However, religious perspective plays the role in encouraging and guiding people into correct path, especially towards environmental. Therefore, human required development in science and technology, and include the religious perspective in sustaining environmental from destruction.
Science, religions, quality, environmental, destruction.
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