Earth has the ability to contort its environment. Through weather, the needs of nature are expressed.
Here are a few examples:
Dry lands are in need of more water. If the land continues to become dryer, it expresses its emotions through an earthquake. If the needs are still not met, the land can self-regulate through natural disasters such as floods, tsunamis or storms.
Wet lands become muddy and can feel a need to solidify. They crave the warmth of the sun. Self-regulation may occur in the form of natural disasters such as fires or volcanic eruptions.
Flat lands face a higher probability of becoming polluted, usually after having cities built on them. This land welcomes wind and fresh air. Self-regulation may occur in the form of natural disasters such as tornados or wind storms.
High lands are Earth-based and therefore are already self-regulated. This makes them less likely to be affected by natural disasters.