The term environment refers to the natural elements that make up the earth and surround living organisms, making life processes possible.
Everything that we use or consume - food, clothes, vehicles, tools, petrol, furniture, medicines, books, toys, and the infrastructure of electricity, roads bridges, and buildings are obtained from resources on this earth.
The biotic component of our environment on land, i.e. plants and animals (leaving aside the oceans and other water bodies) are overwhelmingly found in forests.
Water is a unique and remarkable compound, essential to all forms of life. Human beings and the flora and fauna cannot survive without water on this planet.
Fossil fuels, like, coal, lignite, petroleum and natural gas are non renewable natural resources.
Our natural resources are our assets whose prudent and sustainable use is necessary for the well being of humans and other living other organisms.
Environment refers to the natural elements that make up the earth and surround living organisms.