Why is Environmental science important

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Why is environmental science important

Our environment is very important to us because it influences our life. We depend largely on the environment for survival. Environment is our surrounding which makes up the relationship of people, animals, plants, and even on-living things.
On the other hand, environmental science is the study of how living and nonliving things interact. It involves a lot of discipline and fields of study such as physics, biology, chemistry, geography, oceanography, etc.
Environmental science is very important because it enlightens us on how to conserve the environment especially now that technology is starting to ruin the natural resources and the ecosystem.
Another importance of environmental science is to spread global issues through international conferences so that immediate solutions can be applied. These issues may range from dynamite fishing to global warming, forest denudation to mining. Because of development, more infrastructures had been built, more transportation systems had been created, and more rural areas had been urbanized. With these rapid changes, there is a need to study each step that may alter the environment so that the natural ecosystem may still be protected or replaced by a better one.
Environmental science is important to save our world from destruction. Because of man’s abusive actions, the environment is not safe anymore. There are more calamities experienced such as flashfloods and climate change. If we do not study the environment, then there is a great danger that everything that surrounds us will lead to extinction.
We need to study the environment and the sciences applied into it to find solutions to different environmental issues so that children of tomorrow will still enjoy the healthy and productive environment we still have now. If man will only make use of the different discoveries through environmental science, then this world will definitely be a better place to be called home not only for us but for the next generation.

Author: shiela

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  1. kazi abir

    August 17, 2014 3:42 am

    The language you have used hese is not only easy but also excelent.nice!but i thing the articale will more beautiful if you enclosed difdrent data.for example you may enclose there a data about incrising of halocarbon concentrations or chlorofluorocarbon for time gap between pre-industrial days in 1800 and the end part of the twentieth century.however, it is nice .i like it.


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