Conservation

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  • Conservation
    • Extinction
      • The act or process of a species coming to and end or dying out.
      • Factors in which affect extinction
        • Changes to environment. e.g. destroying Habitats
        • New diseases
        • New Predators
        • Survival of the fittest
    • Renewable and Non Renewable resources
      • Renewable: Sources in which will never run out.
      • Non renewable: Sources in which there is only a set amount before there is no more. Will eventually run out.
      • Fossil Fuels
        • Are natural fuels such as coal, oil, gas from the remains of dead organisms
          • Non renewable: Sources in which there is only a set amount before there is no more. Will eventually run out.
    • Definition: Is the act of preserving and protection of things in the environment.
      • People who try to preserve the Earths natural resources so that they will be around for future generations.
        • Sustainability
    • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
      • To help conserve the environment people recycle objects in order for them to be reused again therefore reducing the about of emissions that putting them in the ground will create
    • Sewage Treatment
      • This is the treatment and process of removing contaminants from waste water.
        • After this process the water is reused this method is a way of reusing the water by cleaning and making it pure for it to be reused by others.

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