The Activities of Man Had Adverse Effects on All Forms of Living Organisms in the Biosphere. Unlimited Exploitation of Nature by Man Disturbed the Delicate Ecological Balance Between the Living and Non-living Components of the Biosphere - Science

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The activities of man had adverse effects on all forms of living organisms in the biosphere. Unlimited exploitation of nature by man disturbed the delicate ecological balance between the living and non-living components of the biosphere. The unfavourable conditions created by man himself threatened the survival not only of himself but also of the entire living organisms on the mother earth. One of your classmates is an active member of 'Eco club' of your school which is creating environmental awareness amongst the school students, spreading the same in the society and also working hard for preventing environmental degradation of the surroundings.

State the importance of green and blue dust-bins in the safe disposal of the household waste

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Disposal of household waste is carried out in green and blue bins, respectively. It will be very useful in the separate disposal of biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes. This will also ensure the application of 3Rs— reduce, reuse and recycle.

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