The Overpopulation Of The United States

The Overpopulation Of The United States

The first video discussed the issue of the over-population of the United States and the problems that arise as a result. It began with introducing a scientist by the name of Paul Earlier who was a biologist. His main focus was the negative effects over-population has had on society such as the quickly depleting resources…

The Overpopulation Of The United States

The Overpopulation Of The United States

The first video discussed the issue of the over-population of the United States and the problems that arise as a result. It began with introducing a scientist by the name of Paul Earlier who was a biologist. His main focus was the negative effects over-population has had on society such as the quickly depleting resources…

The Myth of Overpopulation

The Myth of Overpopulation

The article talks about some of the popular myths that people hold about overpopulation. For example, in the past a famous scholar, Thomas Malthusian, believed that the “planet’s rapid increase in population would soon outstrip the planet’s ability to produce food, resulting in massive worldwide starvation”. This prediction was made undress of years ago but…

The Myth of Overpopulation

The Myth of Overpopulation

The article talks about some of the popular myths that people hold about overpopulation. For example, in the past a famous scholar, Thomas Malthusian, believed that the “planet’s rapid increase in population would soon outstrip the planet’s ability to produce food, resulting in massive worldwide starvation”. This prediction was made undress of years ago but…

The effect of overpopulation on environment

The effect of overpopulation on environment

From recent studies we know that overpopulation do affects our environment. Let free intently causes many types of pollution such as water pollution,air pollution,land pollution,noise pollution. Len addition,overpopulation also threat to the biodiversity. To solve this problem,only a sustainTABLE approach toward conserving what currently exists as natural resources could counteract the detrimental effects of overpopulation…

The effect of overpopulation on environment

The effect of overpopulation on environment

From recent studies we know that overpopulation do affects our environment. Let free intently causes many types of pollution such as water pollution,air pollution,land pollution,noise pollution. Len addition,overpopulation also threat to the biodiversity. To solve this problem,only a sustainTABLE approach toward conserving what currently exists as natural resources could counteract the detrimental effects of overpopulation…

The Economic Impact of Overpopulation

The Economic Impact of Overpopulation

More than two-million years ago, the human species was introduced to the world. The process of evolution altered that species to adapt most efficiently to the environment, resulting in the current subspecies of humans or homo sapiens. Hundreds of years after the establishment of the subspecies in year one common era, they populated the world…

The Economic Impact of Overpopulation

The Economic Impact of Overpopulation

More than two-million years ago, the human species was introduced to the world. The process of evolution altered that species to adapt most efficiently to the environment, resulting in the current subspecies of humans or homo sapiens. Hundreds of years after the establishment of the subspecies in year one common era, they populated the world…

Population: Poverty and Adrian Chan Overpopulation

Population: Poverty and Adrian Chan Overpopulation

Noticing the situations of several people in poverty, otherwise those devastated by natural disasters, pollution, crimes, etc, we have come to conclude that the reason for this suffering is essentially the rapid growth of population, and thus, with this mindset, we decided to uproot the cause further so as to be TABLE to contrast it.…

Population: Poverty and Adrian Chan Overpopulation

Population: Poverty and Adrian Chan Overpopulation

Noticing the situations of several people in poverty, otherwise those devastated by natural disasters, pollution, crimes, etc, we have come to conclude that the reason for this suffering is essentially the rapid growth of population, and thus, with this mindset, we decided to uproot the cause further so as to be TABLE to contrast it.…