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Natural Resource Depletion: Overpopulation
Transcript of Natural Resource Depletion: Overpopulation
There are two types of natural resources: renewable resources and nonrenewable resources
Renewable Resources are organic resources and can replenish in time, compared to the usage either through biological reproduction or other naturally recurring processes.
Nonrenewable resources are the resources that do not renew itself at a sufficient rate for a sustainable economic
3 Catholic Social Teachings
Care for God's Creation
The Option for the Poor and Vulnerable
Rights and Responsibilities
By: Jenny Nguyen
- Resources are either
biotic or abiotic
He named the land “Earth,” and the water which had come together he named “Sea.” And God was pleased with what he saw. Then he commanded, “Let the earth produce all kinds of plants, those that bear grain and those that bear fruit”—and it was done.
Calls all to protect the health of all people and the planet
To love all creations of God, not exploit it
A prolonged pattern of overconsumption leads to inevitable environmental degradation and the eventual loss of resource bases.
The land itself must be given a rest and not abused.
the choice to put the needs of society's most and vulnerable members first among all social concerns
access to family planning
Reduce population growth rates by empowering women
Education for women
conditions or things that any person needs in order to be fully what God created him or her to be
There will not be enough resources in the future therefore we need to sustain the population for the earth to regenerate