Environmental conservation is important for many reasons, including protecting the ozone layer, maintaining animal and human food chains, preserving potable water and making efficient use of non-renewable resources. Acco... More »

"Environmental conservation" is the broad term for anything that furthers the goal of making life more sustainable for the planet. Ultimately, people want to help the planet survive naturally and with no negative impact ... More »

There are many examples of environmental issues, some of which are interrelated, including climate changes and biodiversity. As global warming leads to a loss of habitat for species already under stress, it increases the... More »

Energy conservation is important because it reduces how much energy people use, which draws less electricity from polluting electric plants. It also allows people to save money. Energy conservation is viewed as an import... More »

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Soil conservation is important because soil is crucial for many aspects of human life as it provides food, filters air and water and helps to decompose biological waste into nutrients for new plant life. Soil can be drai... More »

Conservation of resources is the ethical use and protection of valuable resources, such as trees, minerals, wildlife, water and others. It focuses on maintaining the natural world in order to protect the sources of resou... More »

Animal conservation is important to promote biodiversity, enhance research opportunities, prevent critical weather events and sustain ecosystem-based economic activity. Failure to recognize the importance of animal conse... More »