Nature, Our Way of Life

The environment is one of the most important aspects of life on Earth. In fact, we can’t even survive without it. The environment encompasses everything living and non alive things occurring naturally, which means in this instance not manmade. The word is usually used to describe the Earth or a particular part of the Earth.


The atmosphere of the earth consists of air, land, oceans, rivers, and lakes. A combination of these different elements occurs in an uneven way. A particular area in the earth might have much more air and moisture than another area. For example, on the east coast of the United States there is a lot of ocean and also ocean currents that help transport water to the west coast. The amount of precipitation in certain areas can also be different, such as those near the Arctic circle, which has large amounts of ice that reflects sunlight and makes the arctic region cold year round.

The earth’s ecosystems are the habitats that provide a home for various types of animal species. The main article mentioned above is the ecosystems of the ocean, including oceans, seas, lakes, and rivers. Ecosystems provide habitat for all types of animals and sometimes even plant species. There are two kinds of ecosystems: the biotic and the abiotic.

Biotic ecosystems exist when living organisms and the environment co-exist. They often exist within clades or succession of clades that are arranged through a network of generations (sometimes called genealogies). Examples of biotic ecosystems include the fungi in a damp, dark, and moist environment. The fungi grow well in conditions where the temperature is warm and the nitrogen content is high. Examples of abiotic ecosystems occur when living organisms and the environment are in a state of acidification and alkalinity.

An environment refers to all the living things in the natural world. It can be categorized by either being alive or non-alive. Examples of living organisms in the natural environment include bacteria, algae, protozoa, land plants, animals, birds, and reptiles. On the other hand, the term non-natural refers to an environment that does not have living organisms. This could be non-biodegradable substances in the environment, such as oil, coal, waste materials, and chemicals.

It is believed that the natural environment provides a protective shield to humans and other animals living in it, while helping them flourish. Many people view nature in a romantic way, seeing it as a place where everything is beautiful and soothing. In addition, many scientists consider nature a source of inspiration because it is the only known place where the harmony of all life is found in its natural state. Whatever you think about nature’s role in our lives, it cannot be denied that preserving it is one of the most important decisions we can make as citizens of the earth.