environment ppt

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environment, natural resources, conservation


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Meaning of environment The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates called environment. DEFINITION OF ENVIRONMENT Environmental studies deal with the sum of all social, economical , biological , physical and chemical interrelations with our surroundings. The natural environment, commonly referred to simply as the environment, is a terminology that comprises all living and non-living things that is called environment

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Types of environment Three types of environment Physical environment Biotic environment 3.Social or cultural environment

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1 . The Physical environment So we can say that physical or a-biotic environment is the environment which includes non living or physical things which are constitutes of soil and affect the living things. It refers to a ‘a-biotic environment .

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2 . Biotic environment It is also known as biological environment and organic environment. In the opposite side of the physical environment, the biotic or biological environment is responsible for the living beings. The biological environment is the environment which involves the living part of the earth.

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3. Social or cultural environment This type of environment involves the culture and life style of the human beings. The social or cultural environment means the environment which is created by the man through his different social and cultural activities and thinking.

What are Natural Resources?:

What are Natural Resources? Natural resources are living things from the Earth that living things need. Trees are an example of natural resources. Trees are also an example of a renewable resource. Renewable resources are resources that can be replaced in a fairly short time.

Resources That Cannot be Replaced:

Resources That Cannot be Replaced A nonrenewable resource is a resource that cannot be replaced. Many natural resources come from below the ground. Miners dig into the ground to get rocks called ores.

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Hematite is an ore that contains iron. Coal forms from plants that live many years ago.

An Endless Supply of Resources:

An Endless Supply of Resources Some natural resources are not used up. Plants need sunlight, air, and water to grow. We need air to breathe and water to drink. These resources are not used up. Sunlight, air, and water are always available.


CONSERVATION WHY Conservation is important in order to ensure the survival of the diverse species of our planet If we do not act immediately essential resources could deplete very fast This would result in widespread famine ,water shortage, and extinction of species who Conservation does not hang in the power of large organisations or the government Rather, the main part of conservation can be done by the masses of ordinary people conservation starts most importantly with you, whether you are willing to make an effort to save the planet How That being said, you do not need to engage in large movements in order to make a difference Simply planting trees and taking care of them, and saving electricity at home is a great start When millions of people of people work together in their own small ways, then the collective output will be enormous. That is the way we can save our world

Measures which can be taken to Promote Conservation:

Measures which can be taken to Promote Conservation by you :- Switch off lights and fans when not being used Ensure that no taps are leaking By not using vehicles for short distances By spreading awareness among others by the government :- By creating strict laws for poaching By encouraging renewable forms of energy By encouraging afforestation and reforestation By ensuring waste is properly disposed

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