Deutsch: Leben / Español: Vida / Português: Vida / Français: Vie / Italiano: Vita /

In the context of the environment, "life" can refer to the diversity of living organisms that make up the natural world and the complex ecological systems that sustain them.

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

  1. Biodiversity is crucial for maintaining the balance of life on our planet.
  2. The destruction of habitats is putting many species of plant and animal life at risk.
  3. Scientists are studying the impact of climate change on marine life.
  4. The food web is a complex network of interdependent life forms.
  5. Environmental policies must consider the needs of both human and non-human life.

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

  1. Ecosystem: This refers to a community of living organisms and their physical environment, interacting as a system.
  2. Habitat: This refers to the natural environment in which a particular species of plant or animal lives.
  3. Species: This refers to a group of living organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring.
  4. Natural resources: This refers to the materials and substances that are found in nature and used by humans, including air, water, minerals, and fossil fuels.
  5. Ecological footprint: This refers to the impact that human activities have on the natural world, measured in terms of the amount of land, water, and other resources that are required to sustain those activities.

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