Environment and Ecology

The term environment, which ethymoligically means surroundings is considered as a

composite term for conditions in which organisms live and this consists of air, water, food and sunlight

which are the basic requirements of all living beings and plant life, to carry on their life functions. In

other words, environment consists of biotic as well as abiotic substances. The non-living or physical

environment includes the medium and the climate. The activities of organisms are affected by medium

and climate to a considerable extent. The biological environment refers to the relationship existing

among different organisms.

Chapter 1 : Environmental Studies

Chapter 2 : Natural Resources

Chapter 3 : Ecosystem

Chapter 4 : Types of Ecosystem

Chapter 5 : Biodiversity

Chapter 6 : Conservation of Biodiversity

Chapter 7 : Environmental Pollution

Chapter 8 : Law Related to Environmental Protection

Chapter 9 : The Environment Act