Nature does not have a moral problem with the radical intervention of humans in their world. Its habitants suffer and die and go extinct. Or they adapt to their new environment and coexist with what lives in its surroundings.
New behaviours appear and new harmonies are created. In an acte de présence, where doves circle around a silo, they are not the only part of the show. The sound of passing cars, fading in and out, completes the harmony.
Funny, we tend to give agriculture, in contrast to industrial products, an authentic place in nature. While, for ages, agriculture changed the environment dramatically and has been playing a devastating role in destroying traditional habitats.