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Overpopulation .

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nina smith

on 12 November 2012

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Transcript of Overpopulation .

Overpopulation Overpopulation is a big issue today. Excessive population of an area to the point of
over crowding
depletion of natural resources
environmental deterioration. Construction
Fuel we use daily
All cause change in the earths temperature and increase pollution which warms the atmosphere. The population has outgrown essential resources.
Territory disagreements.
Increased competition for resources that can cause famine and war.
affects ecosystem. Some recommendations that can be used to reduce overpopulation are
Increasing the amount of sex education
Lower prices of condoms
Make birth control more affordable Overpopulation is a serious issue and has many causes such as
Decline in death rate
Rise in birth rate
Lack of sex education
Cultural influences
Birth control is unfordable for some. Overpopulation contributes to the damage we are doing to the components in the environment. How does overpopulation affect biotic components of the environment? Has anything been done to control overpopulation? No affective actions have took place that help control over population. In China they tried to control it by designing a policy that limits couples to one child, primarily males. If overpopulation continues to increase at this rate all natural resources will be used up.

The global economy will eventually have a serious problem with supply and demand. http://vimeo.com/29516741
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