Water and sunlight
Water is very essential to our health it flushes us out and keeps us hydrated. are are about 85% water.
Sunlight- helps our bodies produce Vitamine B which allows our bones to absorbe calcium. With out vit B we are unable to absorbe calcium. Sunlight also makes photosynthesis which makes plants grow to produce O2 and provides food for us and our livestock.
soil is important to humans because it helps use grow our crops which is called farming and another reason when people enjoy gardening in their yards
Danny Diaz is human
Human Resources for Health was created in 2003.
Environmental health is a branch of public health. They focus on the human health affected by natural and build environmental substances.
Economic Growth is an important factor in reducing poverty and generating the resources necessary for human development and environmental protection spending, as well in technological advances.
Crescentia Y. Dakubo has written: 'Ecosystems and human health' -- subject(s): Ecosystem, Environmental health, Environmental Health
human resources are important because the development of other resources solely depends upon these resources as they have knowledge, skill and technology to develop other resources.
In some companies Human Resources has a substantial involvement with occupational health and safety but in other companies they have almost no involvement. Most companies that have a Human Resources department and an active health and safety function are probably somewhere in the middle.
Eddie Nelson Laboy has written: 'Environmental and human health' -- subject(s): Environmental management, Environmental health, Economic development, Health risk assessment, Sustainable development
Allure Jefcoat has written: 'Health and human values; an ecological approach' -- subject(s): Environmental health, Health 'Health and human values'
HHRR is human health risk resources
because with out human resources there would be no physical resources
Environmental technology is the application of natural sciences to conserve the natural resources and to control or lessen the impacts of human involvement.