Environmental science is the study of how living things affects the environment. An area of science that studies how changes in the environment can affect human beings is called the environment science. The environment science mainly deals with how changes in the environment can affect the people living in those areas.
The environment science essentially deals with the study of the biotic and abiotic factors that exist in and around the environment. The biotic factors refer to the things that exist in and on the environment whether they are living or non-living. The abiotic factors include the physical characteristics of the environment including its composition, temperature, geographical distribution, topography, and other physical features.
The study of the environment also deals with the study of the earth’s atmosphere. The atmosphere of the earth is mainly made up of gases and other gasses emitted by living organisms. These gasses are usually transported through ventilation system to be distributed all over the earth’s surface. The atmosphere of the earth is also affected by the sun’s radiation, clouds, and other external factors. These effects of the environment form the base of climatic science which studies the interaction between living organisms and the environment in general.