Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the importance of nature. We wouldn’t be living if it weren’t for nature. Humans can gain much from nature in terms of their health. The most crucial element provided by nature for living is oxygen. Nature controls the entire respiration cycle.
Trees provide us with the oxygen we breathe, and they also take in the carbon dioxide we exhale. The ecosystem in nature is a group of organisms that depend on one another for survival, including producers (plants), consumers, and decomposers. Earth can support life thanks to key natural processes like soil formation, photosynthesis, nutrient cycling, and water cycling. Whether or not we are aware of it, we rely on these ecosystem services every day.
The non-material, regulating, and temporary services that nature offers us are available constantly. Benefits derived from nature, such as food, water, natural fuels and fibers, and medicinal plants, are examples of provisional services. Decomposition, water filtration, pollution, erosion control, flood management, and climate regulation are all examples of natural processes that can be regulated.
Non-material services are the non-financial advantages that advance human cultural development. Examples include leisure time, access to nature for artistic inspiration in the form of architecture, music, and art, and the cultural influences of ecosystems on regional and global cultures.
Animals that are a part of nature and interact with people help to relieve tension, discomfort, and anxiety. People find companionship and a sense of purpose in nature. Thank you.