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Copy of human environment interaction

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Bobbi Isom

on 10 October 2018

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human environment interaction
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
How Do People Relate To The Physical World?
The question “How do people relate to the physical world?” refers to the relationship between humans and their environment. They like to support their community by
which includes :
Don't let this happen
People use and change the environment to meet their needs!
People plant plants.
They build dams to try to control a water source.
They recycle.
People help feed the hungry.
They give clothes and shoes to the one in need.
original by :djene diakite

Human Environment Interaction is the way humans interact positively and negatively with their environments.
Jobs that interact with the environment
1. Archaeologist
2. Zookeeper
3. Geologist
4. Fish and game warden
5. Wildlife biologist
6. Botanist
7. Park ranger
8. Farmer
9. Photographer
10. Landscape architect

People adapt to environment to meet their needs.
Humans adapt to the environment by getting comfortable with there surrounding's and making use of what's around them. They live in homes built of wood and items from their environment. They use water and electricity that are produced from nature. Most people don't think about
how they use their environment. People wear clothing appropriate to their surroundings.
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