Overpopulation

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  • Overpopulation Is Not A Problem

    planet faces an immense problem , overpopulation. Overpopulation is not something that is fictional, it’s real and it’s happening. There are some who believe that overpopulation is not a problem ,and that we as a human race can handle it. It’s true that as humans we can handle most things because we adapt to our situation whatever it may be, by letting it change us or we change it. However this particular situation, overpopulation is something that can and will conquer us. To find balance, I believe that something will happen , a catastrophe on a global scale that will eradicate the extra human bodies. Overpopulation is problematic because it will cause further problems like poverty, shortage of resources, and affect the environment…

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  • Malthusian Overpopulation

    Over population affects on the world has been a great debate among many people. Rev. Thomas Robert Malthus has warned the world about he negative consequences of overpopulation, because he said an increase in population would lead to food shortages. Paul Ehrlich also agreed with Rev. Malthus to some extent about the effects of overpopulation. We are experiencing some of the negative effects of overpopulation in the world as the population is at 7.2 Billion people and increasing. However, some…

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  • Causes Of Overpopulation

    According to World Meters (2018), the population of the world is about 7.6 billion. In addition, “world population to hit 9.8 billion by 2050” (UN News 2017). There are a few reasons why the world's population is growing so rapidly. People are living longer than at any other point in history, because of advances in healthcare, nutrition and access to food. Although, overpopulation means people can live longer because of modern medical technology improvements, it may also causes many issues such…

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  • Social Issues In Overpopulation

    Overpopulation According to the Cambridge Dictionary, overpopulation is an undesirable condition where the number of existing human population exceeds the carrying capacity of Earth. Nowadays, overpopulation has been a prevailing word, as it has triggered numerous problems in urban areas. To understand this issue thoroughly, it is important to declare the root cause of this matter. After the technological industrialization, a huge improvement of health care service and medical facilities has…

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  • Overpopulation World Population

    Overview 200 years ago, world population was less than 1 billion people. During the next hundred years world population increased by half a billion and finally known an incredible growth in the last century going from 1.5 billion people in the late 19th century to over 7 billion in the early 21 century. This great increase was possible due to an increase of life quality and progress in technology allowing lower birth death, as it was earlier in history. But the earth is not expendable, it has…

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  • Poverty Is Related To Overpopulation

    Poverty is related to overpopulation When the population increases, the strike for poverty also increases, this is a big issue. When a country has overpopulation, the government is not able to support each one of them financially, which causes poverty. When the population increases, the resources and services are limited and cannot meet the demands of the people in a country with a big population. The resources available in a country can only supply a limited number of people. If a country runs…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Overpopulation

    community becomes so dense that it starts to deteriorate the community and its standard of living. This is an issue that needs to be taken very serious if it happens because it is a concern that will affect everyone. Global overpopulation will have harmful effects on our planet, such as depletion of natural resources, harming of other species, and several other effects. As the world’s population…

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  • Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation

    Abstract Overpopulation is an unwanted condition where the number of existing individuals population exceeds earth capacity. Overpopulation is caused by several factors. Decline in death rate, better medical facilities, more hands in fighting Poverty, technological progress in fertility treatment, immigration, lack of family planning are few of the causes which results in overpopulation. Growing population with each coming year has affected humanity in many ways. One of these has been loss of…

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  • Overpopulation Persuasive Speech

    Martin Luther King said, “ unlike plagues of the Dark Ages or contemporary diseases we do not understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess. What is lacking is not sufficient knowledge of the solution the universal consciousness of the gravity of the problem and education of the billions who are its victim.” In the world a very important issue is overpopulation. Many people are not aware of the human and environmental impacts…

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  • Overpopulation In Today's Society

    According to the United Nations, human population is expected to breakthrough eleven billion people over the next century; where exponential growth is parallel to a similar surge and emphasis in the intrinsic problems of today’s society (United Nations, 2015). Political institutions, both national and international must take measures into ensuring their people’s safety and well being by solving these grass root problems. The methods to do so may vary from international cooperation, governmental…

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