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Overusing Natural resources
Transcript of Overusing Natural resources
- Trees There are too many of us and not enough space.
Over the years the population has increased rapidly, and if we keep increasing at this rate, Earth will not be able to support us.
High birth rate and low death rate causes overpopulation.
Overpopulation causes over consumption Overpopulation Over Consumption We are using too much of Earth’s natural resources and we are not giving it back.
We are taking and not giving it back, which means at one point nature is going to be empty with nothing else to give.
So be sustainable: "USE IT BUT DON'T USE IT UP" What can we do? GREEN CONSUMPTION Recycling
Purchase products that are essential and environmentally-friendly.
Those that are not harmful to human health and can save expenses on power, fuel, and disposal Climate Change The rapid climate changes occurring now a days is affecting the environment and its habitat.
The rapid change on temperature has endangered the ecosystem, because it is unpredictable.
Climate Change causes:
Tsunamis They all harm the environment in different ways How does climate change affect the overuse of natural resources? It destroy crops and habitats. The same crops that provides humans with food and health products. Extracting Resources We are using machines that contain pollutants and toxins, which harm the environment.
We also use water, energy and land.
We are taking from each one of these and damaging them.
This causes infertile lands where crops can no longer be produced "The major cause of the continued deterioration of the global environment is the unsustainable patterns of consumption and production, particularly in the industrialized countries. Developed countries must take the lead in achieving sustainable consumption."
- United Nations Agenda 21