Which are two components affecting the environment? State two examples of each. - Science and Technology 2

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Which are two components affecting the environment? State two examples of each.

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  1. The factors affecting the environment are natural and artificial factors.
  2. Natural factors such as earthquakes, volcanoes, droughts, etc. can adversely affect the environment.
  3. Also, artificial or man-made factors like environmental pollution caused due to population explosion, fast industrialization, and indiscriminate use of natural resources, deforestation and unplanned urbanization can harm the environment.
  4. Biotic and abiotic factors are related to each other in an ecosystem, and if any of the factors is changed or removed, it can affect the entire ecosystem and further affect the environment.
Concept: Ecosystem
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