For what reason is the conservation of natural resources important?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 3 weeks ago

For what reason is the conservation of natural resources important?
 
(a) Maintaining the ecological processes
 
(b) Disturbing the ecological balance
 
(c) Extinction of biological species
 
(d) Disruption of quality of the environment
 
This question was addressed to me in an interview for job.
 
The above asked question is from Biodiversity Conservation in section Biodiversity and Conservation of Biology – Class 12

1 Answers
Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 weeks ago

Right answer is (a) Maintaining the ecological processes
 
To explain I would say: The materials or substances (biotic and abiotic) occurring naturally and without the actions of humankind are known as natural resources. The conservation of natural resources is important for the preservation of biological diversity and maintaining ecological processes.