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In the context of the environment, "body" can refer to a physical entity or organization that is responsible for regulating or managing aspects of the natural world.

Some examples of how "body" can be used in an environmental context include:

  1. The United Nations established the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as a global body to assess the science related to climate change.
  2. The Environmental Protection Agency is a U.S. government body responsible for enforcing environmental regulations and protecting public health and the environment.
  3. The World Health Organization is a specialized body of the United Nations that addresses global health issues, including those related to the environment.
  4. Local watershed bodies work to protect and manage the health of rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water in a particular area.
  5. The International Union for Conservation of Nature is a non-governmental body that works to conserve biodiversity and promote sustainable development worldwide.

Other similar terms that are commonly used in the environmental context include:

  1. Authority: This refers to an organization or government body that has the power to make decisions and enforce regulations related to the environment.
  2. Commission: This refers to a group of experts appointed to study and make recommendations on a specific environmental issue.
  3. Council: This refers to a governing body that has the power to make decisions related to environmental policy or management.
  4. Agency: This refers to a government body or other organization responsible for carrying out specific environmental programs or activities.
  5. Trust: This refers to a legal entity that holds and manages natural resources or other assets for the benefit of the environment and future generations.

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