Environmental geography is an aspect of geography that delves into the relationship, including the social, economic and spatial interconnections, between people and their environments. The impact of these human processes on natural systems and the possible solutions to address key environmental issues are some of the fields of interest of environmental geography.
Traditionally, geography is mainly considered as the scientific study of various places on Earth. However, the modernistic view not only includes the designations of the natural and artificial landforms on the planet, but also human demography, economic activities, cultural and historical development, social organizations and climates. The interactions between these major elements provide a better understanding on how humans directly or indirectly shape the environment.