The level of impact from us matters. Elephants, wolves, and other animals in the wild, live in a balance, rather perfect in arrangement for a fallen and cursed world that this is. With our impact from civilization, the systems of the natural world are all threatened.
There are good ways to live sustainably apart from civilization, but with like-minded people to be in community together for it. It could be how people had generally lived for most of the time in this world, yet it could be with much more knowledge.
Without civilization, a few different communities could be in distances from each other that could be traveled. But a great enough distance from civilization is desirable for people, in communities preferably to being individuals on their own, to live being really independent of it. This independence should be with sustainable living, with what is needed in the environment and growing things, and not using more than that, and nothing would be needed with depending on interaction with any of civilization.
Turning to God is needed, but that would still need us coming to the sustainable way to live here according to stewardship assigned to us without living in ways contributing harm to this world from God’s creation. We can live that way, but we don’t with staying in civilization the way we live doing that.
Wolves and animals in the wild live in a balance in nature. Humanity has exceeded the bounds and is living with harm to environments. Wolves and the others in the wild have the balance that we don’t, they eat prey but can’t go beyond limits without negative impact on their own populations. Humans find, so far, they can produce more food, that some of them, among the privileged anyway, get, and have not quite come to the limit where it gets really serious. But our impact is greater, far less of wildlife exists still because of humanity’s activities. Being herbivorous would be much better. More plants are used, besides more water, land, and resources being used, for the animals raised and slaughtered for use by any among us.