Food is linked to production, and production is not inexhaustible; it is part of the ecosystem and nature. We know that every living thing in nature has its roles, and all are clearly integral to maintaining the balance of the ecosystem. Although the natural circulatory system seems to be able to accommodate some interference, unlimited interference will always have an effect, no matter what part it is in.
In the world I envision, people will not have wrong cognition and judgment about other organisms (for example, people will not think that microorganisms in the water will not affect the migration and production of salmon), and people can minimize the interference of industrial development and agricultural development on the ecological circle, so as to avoid destroying the balance of nature. Appropriate interventions aimed at restoring the balance of the ecosphere are acceptable.
In order to achieve this, I think it is important to learn a lot about those related knowledges, so that people can have a clear understanding of what affects the balance of the ecosphere and how this relates to the supply of human markets. As a biology student, I am willing to learn and understand the knowledge related to ecological balance and agricultural production, and share the knowledge and content with others. At the same time, the government can introduce some encouraging policies to balance the production of agriculture and industry with the ecological circle. Simply "reducing fishing time and reducing emissions" may not be effective in restoring the balance of the ecosphere, so it is important to understand the true causes that affect the balance of nature. It is indispensable to enhance people's knowledge of industrial and agricultural production.