Humans adapt to changes in the environment by genetic change, developmental adjustments, acclimatization, and cultural or technological advances. Of these, the fourth is almost uniquely human and has been the key to the ... More »

People adapt to the environment in several different ways in order to cope with changing environmental and climatological conditions on the planet. Humans have been adapting to the changing environment since the dawn of ... More »

Dogs use their senses to adapt to new environments as well as putting to use thousands of years of selective breeding and training. Generally, puppies have an easier time adapting to new situations than adult dogs. More »

Humans modify their environment in positive, neutral and negative ways to obtain what they want for daily life, both for necessities and prosperity. For example, people make changes to the land so that crops grow better,... More »

Humans are destroying the environment through ways such as burning fossil fuels, deforestation, farming and industry, all of which produce copious amounts of greenhouse gases. The phenomenon of global warming is argued t... More »

The effects of detergents on the environment include the release of substances toxic to humans and other organisms in waste water and the carbon footprint involved in the manufacture of detergents. Additionally, the cont... More »

Humans have impacted the Tundra Biome in a variety of ways. While there have been positive changes in the Tundra, most have been devastating. Global warming has led to ozone depletion, the melting of the permafrost and t... More »