1. How do the earth systems affect each other? Because of the intense rains brought on by the increasing water, the hydrosphere and atmosphere interact during storms. The hydrosphere might potentially destroy objects like buildings, trees, or anything else on land when it interacts with the geosphere. Because changes in an animal’s habitat may result in its death or have an impact on it, the hydrosphere and biosphere interact.

  2. How can an understanding of environmental science aid in handling natural disasters? If something horrible happens to one, it most often has a negative impact on another. Because we understand how the world and its systems function and why these things occur, environmental science may help in addressing natural catastrophes. From there, we can determine what to do when certain events occur.

  3. What efforts can we make to create a sustainable future? By making purchases from eco-friendly products, we can achieve this. In order to lessen our carbon footprint, support regional sustainability organizations and programs, and use less energy at home, many of us are already making intentional efforts to buy better.