We call an ecosystem the set of living beings (biotic factors) that live in a given area establishing relationships with each other and with the environment that surrounds them (abiotic factors).
Reasons why it is important to conserve ecosystems :
An ecosystem in balance allows biodiversity to be maintained.
They provide us with living natural resources (plants, animals, edible fungi) that constitute the basis of our diet.
They provide us with water and other essential natural resources for our lives
They provide us with medicinal substances and others used in the industry.
They help regulate the planet's climate.
They reduce the greenhouse effect by storing millions of tons of carbon in the tissues of plants and soil microorganisms,