This is the Primary Source of Environmental Damage
Time that we spend with our family is always great. Today I cooked different meals and enjoyed a lot with my family. I want to share some delicious food pictures with you which I made today. This is biryani, fried fish and chicken karahi.
Now let's start to talk about my main topic which is "This is the primary source of environmental damage "
The current population of the planet comprises about 7.6 billion people and is growing. This development is the result of two trends: on the one hand, a gradual increase in average human longevity due to extensive improvement in public health, nutrition, personal hygiene and medicine, and, on the other hand, a continuum of high levels of fertility. Many countries. About 61 percent of the world's population lives in Asia, which is the most populous continent in the world. In China alone 1.44 billion and in India 1.39 billion people live which is 19% and 18% of world population respectively.
In most developing countries there are a large number of people who are illiterate, living below the poverty line, and having little or no knowledge of family planning. In addition, marrying your children at an early age increases your chances of having more children. The effects of human population dynamics on the environment take two major forms: first, the use of natural resources such as land, food, water, air, fossil fuels and minerals. Second, use results in waste production such as air and water pollution, toxic materials and greenhouse gasses.
Due to our continued need for more population and factory-made products, there has been a shortage of freshwater in rivers and seas. Factories discharge all their waste into rivers and lakes resulting in loss of freshwater. In fact, medical improvement combined with improved food supply from the era of the industrial revolution means a huge decrease in mortality rate.
Increasing environmental impact on environment. To build urban areas, forests and other habitats are destroyed or destroyed, which includes the construction of houses, businesses and roads to accommodate the growing population. Moreover, as the population grows, more land is used for agricultural activities to grow crops and help livestock.
I think the most obvious way to reduce the population is for people to have less children. In countries where children and young children are less likely to survive in adulthood, it is more common for families to have more children. It is even more common for families to have more children in places where these children may be needed to help work. However, more children also mean more people feed and care for them.
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SDGs never talked about the reduction of population. Why were they not awarded that population was the main element for this whole environment damage?