It is important to protect the environment because man-made disruptions to ecosystems can cause extinction, because pollution creates dangers for both animals and people, and because mankind owes the natural world a mora... More »

Environmental protection is important for several reasons, such as ensuring a lasting supply of resources, as well as providing access to clean food and water. Adequate environmental protection helps to reduce the risk o... More »

The environment can be protected with several simple actions, such as reducing electrical use, avoiding littering, recycling used plastics, purchasing foods grown locally and buying consumer goods produced through enviro... More »

Biodiversity is important in ecosystems because it prevents extinction of species, allows organisms to adapt to changes in the environment and provides a wide range of materials and foods for survival. Biodiversity is ca... More »

An ecological succession activity is a series of changes in the environment and ecosystems. It refers to the evolution of ecology, just like humans evolve. Although some habitats may remain the same, others evolve consta... More »

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Biotic factors in the Arctic tundra, as with other ecosystems, include living organisms, such as microorganisms, plants and animals. The biotic factors of the tundra include over 1,500 species of plants, which classify a... More »

Some causes of wildlife extinction include habitat destruction, pollution, hunting and introduction of foreign species to an environment. Many causes of extinction are directly related to humans. More »