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Title: Nature & It's Benefits


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Nature Its Benefits
  • Narendra Singh Plaha Platys Group

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What do you mean by Nature?
  • Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural,
    physical, or material world or universe. "Nature"
    can refer to the phenomena of the physical world,
    and also to life in general. The study of nature
    is a large part of science. Although humans are
    part of nature, human activity is often
    understood as a separate category from other
    natural phenomena.

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HEALTH BENEFITS OF NATURE
  • COGNITIVE BENEFITS
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL BENEFITS
  • SOCIAL BENEFITS
  • SPIRITUAL BENEFITS

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Natural Resources Available From Nature.
  • Renewable and Non-renewable Natural Resources
  • 1. Renewable Resources- Renewable resources are
    the ones that are consistently available
    regardless of their use. They can be fairly
    recovered or replaced after utilization
  • 2. Non- Renewable Resources- Non-renewable
    resources are the ones that cannot simply be
    substituted or recovered once they have been
    utilized or destroyed. Examples of such natural
    resources include fossil fuels and minerals

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Natural Resources Available From Nature.
  • Biotic and Abiotic Natural Resources.
  • 1.Biotoc Natural Resources- The Biotic natural
    resources are the ones that come from the
    ecosphere (organic and living materials). These
    include resources such as animals, forests
    (vegetation), and other materials obtainable from
    them.
  • 2. Abiotic Natural Resources- The abiotic
    natural resources are the ones that come from
    non-organic and non-living materials. Examples of
    abiotic natural resources are water, land, air
    and heavy metals like iron, copper, silver, gold,
    and so on.
  • Stock Natural Resources-Stock natural resources
    are those that are present in the environment but
    t the necessary expertise or technology to have
    them exploited. Hydrogen is an example of a stock
    natural resource.

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Threats to Natural Resources
  • Overpopulation Which Brings About
    Over-exploitation
  • Intensive Agricultural and Farming Practices
  • Climate Change and Global Warming
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Land Use and Development
  • The 20th Century Lifestyle

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