Why is it important to maintain the balance of our ecosystem?
Favorable ecosystem ensures that each organism thrive and multiply as expected. They get enough food to keep them alive. Ecological balance is also important because it leads to the continuous existence of the organisms. It ensures that no particular species is exploited or overused.
How can we maintain balance in nature between plants and animals?
When plants and animals die they are decomposed by the micro organism and increases the fertility of soil which is taken up by the plants and is essential for the growth of plants. In this way plants and animals are complementary to each other and maintain the ecological balance of nature.
How can we achieve a balance between environment and development?
- By making use of natural and sustainable energy resources rather than using non-renewable energy resources like fossil fuels. …
- By practising better agricultural practices like using safe and natural pesticides, insecticides and fertilizers.
Why should we try to maintain the balance in nature class 8?
We should maintain the balance between plants and animals in nature. Because if there were more number of plants and less number of animals in nature the ecosystem will be imbalanced. If there are more number of animals and less number of plants in nature the animals won’t get sufficient food.
What are the ways to maintain balance between economic growth and environmental conservation?
Prudent Economic Policies: Economic policies such as rationalization of price subsidies, the clarification of property rights, facilitation of technology transfer may help in achieving environmental sustainability. Rationalising subsidies will save money, improves efficiency and can significantly lower pollution.
How can we protect environment along with the maintenance of sustainable development?
Some of the important measures for sustainable development are as follows:
- (i) Technology:
- (ii) Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Approach:
- (iii) Promoting Environmental Education and Awareness:
- (iv) Resource Utilization as Per Carrying Capacity:
- (v) Improving Quality of Life Including Social, Cultural and Economic Dimensions: