Natural Resources Management

Humans intervene in nature with the two goals of providing economic resources and providing subsistence needs. However, the unlimited needs of humans are placed against the limited resources of nature, and it pulls the balance against natural resources and the destruction of resources and exploitation above their productive capacity. In fact, it can be claimed that any type of connection established in a human society with a natural resource will create culture. In other words, culture is formed from the confrontation between human society and the environment, and finally, when one of these factors is out of balance, it affects the conditions of the ecosystem. Therefore, the two-way links between man and nature introduce humans as destroyers of natural resources, and human destruction in the field of natural resources has increased in recent centuries and decades to such an extent that it has threatened human life. While the protection of nature and sustainable use of natural resources, in addition to economic importance, environmental functions such as carbon sequestration, regulation of water circulation in nature, refinement, and refinement of climate and weather, production of medicinal and industrial plants, soil protection, reduction Floods have tourism and because they are renewable, they are more important than oil and gas. Therefore, in the course of human history, a discussion called natural resource management arose.
Natural resource management is the use of management science in natural resources, such as; It refers to land, water, soil, plants, and animals, and its main focus is on how to manage the quality of life in current and future generations. Natural resource management in practice monitors the way of management and how people interact with natural landscapes. Natural resource management through land use planning, water management, and biodiversity protection in industries, such as; Agriculture, mining, tourism, fishing, and forestry have direct activities. Finally, the management and protection of natural resources causes, production, purification, and purification of air, regulation, and supply of water, preservation, and production of soil, supply of food, recycling, and decomposition of waste, medical resources, provision of raw materials for industrial use, tourism, assistance to Agriculture becomes sustainable by combining agriculture and forest development.