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Transcript of Population growth
UNIVERSITY OF EXPERIMENTAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH YACHAY TECH
Population growth refers to the increase in the number of people established in a zone by unit time.
Productivity in factories
Wear of natural resources
-Contamination in rivers
-Affects the well-being of people, animals and plants
-Lack of access to education
-Amount of organic waste
-Waste water product
-Population growth is a major cause by which natural resources are depleting.
-Due to the lack of control of population
growth there are several social problems that grow daily.
-Demographic growth has more negative consequences that positive if this is not controlled in time.
What is it?
The effect that man has had on vegetation is the Tlaxcala state, which is estimated to have originally had an area of 350,000 hectares of forest. (Sánchez, 2008)
In 1949 it had only 108 000 hectares
In 1978 only 68 000 hectares
This amount is decreasing. (Sánchez, 2008)
According to the INEI (1993) census, it recorded that one in 14 children are workers.(Ortiz Ospina and Roser, 2016)
-These children will generally grow up without further study opportunities
-They will acquire patterns of behavior that are adaptive to the hostile reality that the street presents to them.
-Major possibility to use of psychoactive substances.
(Ortiz Ospina and Roser, 2016)
-Due to studies the contamination of the waters of rivers are affected.
-Its composition is no longer natural.
-Affecting the flora and fauna nearby, and at the same time to the health of the people. (Butler, 2015)
• Butler, T. (2015) Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot. Goff Books Press.
• Ortiz-Ospina E., Roser M. (2016) World Population Growth. Published online at OurWorldInData.org. Retrieved from: https://ourworldindata.org/world-population-growth/ [07/12/2016]
• Sánchez, J. (2008). El crecimiento de la población. Tirant lo Blanch Ed.
"If the man fails to control its growth rate, you can stop having the right to be considered the king of creation and become the cancer of the planet, devouring their resources and exterminating itself."