Nature provides us with all kinds of resources. Everything we use in our daily life comes from nature. The food we eat, the water we drink, the clothes we wear, the concrete and bricks for building our houses, the materials for our bicycles and so on, all come from nature.
With the development of science and technology and the increase of population, people have been using them for thousands of years These natural resources, the amount and range of materials used are increasing. It is estimated that this trend will continue in the next few years. However, natural resources are not exhausted.
Some resources have been almost exhausted. For example, the fuel for the end of the world is in front of us. Because of the shortage of water resources in many parts of the world, we can no longer use many resources provided by nature without consideration.
We must learn to protect the remaining resources.
Yancheng rare birds nature reserve is located in Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province. It is mainly committed to protecting the wetland ecosystem and the rare bird reserve represented by Red Crowned Crane. It is a famous bird watching resort.
It is close to the Yellow Sea and covers an area of hectare. The nature reserve has mild climate, abundant rainfall, flat terrain and diverse biological species. The coastal beach area is up to km, which is plants and birds The nature reserve is an important passage and stopover place for Northeast Asian migratory birds to Australia, as well as an important wintering area for world waterbirds in spring and autumn Nearly one million waterfront birds have migrated through Yancheng.
The ever-growing Yancheng rare bird nature reserve has become a popular science base, bird paradise and natural museum, attracting thousands of tourists every year. Friends at home and abroad are welcome to dance with cranes, explore the marine world, get close to nature and enjoy a good time.
Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, the material world, the material world or the material universe. "Nature" refers to the phenomenon of the material world. Generally speaking, the interaction between man-made objects and human beings is not regarded as a part of nature.
Unless it is limited by means of "human nature" or "whole nature", there is generally a difference between nature and supernatural, from subatomic In the Milky way, the word "nature" comes from the Latin word natura, or "natural character". Natura is the Latin translation of Greek physis (ιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιιςιιιιςιιςι The concept of aspect, namely the physical universe, is one of several extensions of the original concept. It originated from some core applications of the word "ιις" by philosophers in the pre ruling era.
Since this usage was confirmed in the emergence of modern scientific methods, it has been steadily popular. In the past few centuries, the word "nature" in today's various usages may refer to each other The general field of living plants, in some cases, refers to the process associated with inanimate objects, that is, the way in which certain types of things exist and change, such as the weather and geology of the earth, and the materials and energy that make up these things. It is generally believed that it refers to the "natural environment" or wilderness - wildlife, rocks, forests, beaches, and generally speaking, not Things that have been substantially changed by human intervention, or, despite human intervention, this more traditional concept of natural things can still be found.
It means the difference between nature and man-made, which is understood as something produced by human or similar human consciousness or thought.