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Materials such as air, water, and soil and energy in nature that are essential or useful to humans
Processes of nature, such as purification of air and water and pest control, which support life and human economies
Broad and diffuse areas, rather than points, from which pollutants enter bodies of surface water or air. Examples include runoff of chemicals and sediments from cropland, livestock
Resource that exists in a fixed amount (stock) in the earth’s crust and has the potential for renewal by geological, physical, and chemical processes taking place over hundreds o
Any chemical an organism must take in to live, grow, or reproduce.
The circulation of chemicals necessary for life, from the environment (mostly from soil and water) through organisms and back to the environment.
Renewable resource owned by no one and available for use by anyone at little or no charge.
Annual gross domestic product (GDP) of a country divided by its total population at midyear. It gives the average slice of the economic pie per person. Used to be called per capita
Essentially inexhaustible resource on a human time scale because it is renewed continuously
Worldview holding that humans are separate from nature, that nature exists mainly to meet our needs and increasing wants, and that we can use our ingenuity and technology to manage
Single identifiable source that discharges pollutants into the environment. Examples include the smokestack of a power plant or an industrial plant, drainpipe of a meatpacking plan
Undesirable change in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of air, water, soil, or food that can adversely affect the health, survival, or activities of humans or
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Device or process that removes or reduces the level of a pollutant after it has been produced or has entered the environment.
Inability of people to meet their basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter
Resource that can be replenished rapidly (hours to several decades) through natural processes as long as it is not used up faster than it is replaced.
Anything obtained from the environment to meet human needs and wants. It can also be applied to other species.
To use a product over and over again in the same form. An example is collecting, washing, and refilling glass beverage bottles.
Doubling time (in years) = 70/(percentage growth rate)
Result of getting people with different views and values to talk and listen to one another, find common ground based on understanding and trust, and work together to solve environm
Direct radiant energy from the sun and a number of indirect forms of energy produced by the direct input of such radiant energy.
Worldview holding that we can manage the earth for our benefit but that we have an ethical responsibility to be caring and responsible managers, or stewards, of the earth. It calls
Ability of earth’s various systems, including human cultural systems and economies, to survive and adapt to changing environmental conditions indefinitely.
Highest rate at which a potentially renewable resource can be used indefinitely without reducing its available supply
Depletion or degradation of a potentially renewable resource to which people have free and unmanaged access.

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