Human-environment interaction affects my life in many ways throughout the day and even in ways that might be indirect. For example when I ride my bike to school each day I am affected by the weather, precipitation, and contours of the street while riding my bike. Throughout my day the food I eat, the clothes I wear, and the methods of transportation I use are also examples of human-environment interactions. In addition when I use something that requires electricity I am interacting with the environment because coal or natural gas is burned in order to make electricity and also that process causes pollution which affects the environment as well. These are a few of the many ways I interact with the environment everyday.