-Mamta Dey-Subject matter expert,Edumarz
Solution:1.The combination between biophysical ecology and human interventions gives rise to the social environment.
2.This is a two-way process in which culture shapes nature and vice versa. The fertile soil of the Indo-Gangetic floodplain, for example, allows for intensive agriculture. Its high productivity enables dense human concentrations while still generating sufficient surpluses to support non-agricultural activity, resulting in complex hierarchical civilizations and regimes.
3.The Rajasthan desert, on the other hand, can only support pastoralists who must travel from place to place in order to keep their animals fed.These are examples of ecological influencing human life and culture.
4.On the other hand, capitalism’s social order has shaped nature all over the world. One example of a capitalist commodity that has changed lives and landscapes is the private automobile. Cars have a number of environmental consequences, including air pollution and traffic congestion in cities, regional conflicts and oil wars, and global warming.