Which utilitarian states that humans derive countless direct economic benefits from nature?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 4 weeks ago

Which utilitarian states that humans derive countless direct economic benefits from nature?
 
(a) Big utilitarian
 
(b) Broadly utilitarian
 
(c) Narrowly utilitarian
 
(d) Small utilitarian
 
I got this question by my college director while I was bunking the class.
 
I need to ask this question from Biodiversity Conservation topic in section Biodiversity and Conservation of Biology – Class 12

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Editor">Editor Staff answered 4 weeks ago

Right option is (c) Narrowly utilitarian
 
The best I can explain: The humans derive countless direct economic benefits from nature is stated by the narrowly utilitarian argument. All the world commercial things provided to us by forests are included in this. It usually deals with the benefit of humans.