What are 5 man-made resources?

What are 5 man-made resources?


Coastal habitats, including estuaries and deltas critical to marine biota and regional economies have been severely affected by coastal development and offshore aquaculture, among other reasons, as well as urban sprawl.

Large declines and local extinctions of animal populations are becoming widespread. This indicates that many species are unable to counteract the rapid pace of climate change locally, either through evolutionary or behavioral processes, and that their existence will depend on the extent to which they can migrate to find suitable climatic conditions.

All these changes in the oceans have affected at least 267 species, including 86% of sea turtles, 44% of seabirds and 43% of marine mammals. Humans are also affected through food chains.

Greenhouse gas emissions, untreated urban and rural waste, pollutants from industrial, mining and agricultural activities, oil spills and toxic dumping have had strong negative effects on the quality of soil, fresh and marine water and the global atmosphere.


This letter took on even greater urgency with the publication of a landmark report issuing drastic warnings about the state of our ecosystems and biodiversity, fundamental pillars of the environment in which we all thrive. The report of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) warned that 1 million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction within a decade.    This bad news is compounded by the fact that natural ecosystems have declined by 47%, on average, since previous estimates and human action has significantly altered three quarters of the terrestrial environment and about 66% of the marine environment.

List of man-made things

Natural resources include all animal products, vegetables, minerals, air, temperatures, winds, etc. They are all generated by nature itself and arise freely regardless of whether man exists or not.

Natural resources are used and transformed by man to satisfy his needs. However, without proper planning and organization, some of these goods may tend to disappear.

Natural resource economics is a branch of economics that deals with the study of how societies use natural resources, the problems that arise in their management and the most efficient solutions.

Cosas hechas por el hombre y la naturaleza

El crecimiento turístico de un determinado lugar está estrechamente ligado a la forma en que sus habitantes hacen uso de los recursos naturales y a la importancia que éstos tienen en su calidad de vida y sustento. Este artículo busca analizar el uso e importancia de los recursos naturales y su impacto en el desarrollo turístico del cantón Chilla, provincia de El Oro, Ecuador. La estrategia metodológica fue la observación directa; se aplicó una encuesta a la población económicamente activa. Los resultados identificaron los recursos naturales de mayor uso e importancia para la comunidad. Se propone promover su conservación para mejorar la calidad de vida de los habitantes y lograr un turismo viable en la zona. Esto se debe a que una de las fuentes de ingreso de la población es el turismo local, el cual debe realizarse con conciencia de la vulnerabilidad de los ecosistemas y respetando y cuidando el entorno natural. El Cantón de Chilla tiene una gran afluencia de turistas cada año, por lo que la población debe estar atenta al cuidado y buen manejo de los recursos naturales que posee.