How Does The Industrial Revolution Affect The Environment

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The industrial revolution was the transition from hand production methods to machine. This revolution, which happened at the 19th century in the Great Britain, has affected every single aspect of peoples’ everyday lives directly or indirectly. The industrial revolution promotes industrialization and it led to the creation of factories. The creation of factory, which was promoted by industrial revolution, improved the manufacturing process, and the improvements means that production was increased as the effect of industrial revolution. The improvement of production helped the increase of the availability of consumers’ good, and this helped the rise of consumerism culture. The rise of consumerism contributed to the rise of supply, and this ever-increasing …show more content…
The most feasible solution to all this problem is by making the industry which does not harm the future environment. This kind of industry is usually called the green industry. Green industry, as defined by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), economies striving for a more sustainable pathway of growth, by undertaking green public investments and implementing public policy initiatives that encourage environmentally responsible private investments. Because of the limitation of natural resources and the unsustainability of the usual industry, green industry should be initiated from now. The green industry is chosen as the solution to environmental problem which is caused by the usual industry by cutting down the pollution from the usual industry while still maintaining high quality products from the usual industry. Another reason why green industry is the most feasible way to the environmental problem caused by the industry because it creates a sustainable production and way of living, it is beneficial to the both the consumer and the producer, and it also helps the development of new

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