Why Is It Important To The Environment

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Energy Use and Environment Issues in Modern History The Industrial Revolution is the name given to the movement in which machines changed people’s way of life, as well as their methods of manufacture. During this time people shifted away from animal, human, water, and solar sources to resources based on fossil fuels. There are many huge benefits from these sources of energy, but also many serious threats to the environment and the sustainability to human civilization. Population dynamics plays a big role in how our world has changed and continues to change. From 1750-1950, the population of the world stayed about the same and never had much of an incline. In the past 50 years, the world has experienced an extraordinary increase in population …show more content…
In the 1870s, England was one of the richest countries in the world. They had hard working laborers and workers, and this explains how new and so much was being built and manufactured. In places like this, everyone had money and the town had money so they were able to invent new things. Both now and then, people have a desire for new products. Whether its food, variety, improvements, or technology, people are always trying to find ways to move forward. It is an addiction for new and shiny things. The desire for new products that we had never ever thought of desiring before is worst today then ever. Manufacturing, these things led to serious threats to the environment and the sustainability of human …show more content…
The artwork “Industrial Manchester from Kersal Moor” by William Wylde is an icon due to the symbols that it portrays. It shows what was happening during the time of the industrial revolution. Cotton mills were built. This is revolved around the time when cities became large and crowded as rural workers moved to find work in mill and factories or on railroads. The smoke from the factories is a threat to our environment. The ad about a Kenmore automatic dryer in the 1950s has symbolism within its self. Before automatic washer and dryers were built, hand washing was the only way to wash clothes, and then one would hang them on a wire outside to dry. In the 1950s though, automatic washer and dryers were produced. These dryers are detrimental to our environment. Landry can contribute a surprising amount to your carbon footprint. Using an automatic dryer produces carbon that is let out in the air. This carbon is what created the greenhouse effect, which is so harmful to our

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