The Biome is a significant area with a naturally-occurring community of flora and fauna with its particular kind of plant, animals and climate.
The bioregion is a term to describe the lifeform and the carrying capacity of the or territory- land.
Carrying capacity is defined by ecologists as the population of a given species that can be supported indefinitely in a designated habitat without permanently damaging the ecosystem.
Forest’s Stewardship Council Certified Wood (FCF), referring to a council FCF or Forest Stewardship Council Certification.
Going green – a headword to describe a consumer or person adopting a green lifestyle; who consciously make choices based on actions that make less impact on the environment through consumer habits, behaviour or lifestyle.
Habitat is the environment in which natural or human species live. And the defined area in the where organism exists, such as water lilies can only be found in aqueous conditions or reindeer on tundra and mountains
Hotspots (biodiversity) is a term used to describe an area that features exceptional concentrations of endemic species and faces an imminent threat of habitat destruction. There are identified around 18 -25 hotspots worldwide depending on the criteria used.