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What are the functions of the environment?

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The functions of the environment are as follows:

It is the source of all renewable and non-renewable resources


It assimilates and absorbs waste


It sustains life by providing genetic diversity and biodiversity, thus, creating and ecological balance


It provides an aesthetic value


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