In addition, advancements in medical care decrease the death rate ("Causes and Effects of Overpopulation") The effects of overpopulation are self-explanatory.When birth rates go up, natural resources get exhausted. Consequently, we deplete fisheries, forests, plant, and animal species.
In addition, advancements in medical care decrease the death rate ("Causes and Effects of Overpopulation") The effects of overpopulation are self-explanatory.When birth rates go up, natural resources get exhausted. Consequently, we deplete fisheries, forests, plant, and animal species.Children seek other means of survival because their parents cannot adequately provide for them.
Acid rain’s spread and damage involves weather, soil, and the life cycles of plants and animals on the land9.
Air pollution is created from the burning of fossil fuels in cars, trucks, planes, and homes.
The smoke and fumes rise into the atmosphere and combine with the moisture in the air to form acid rain10.
As it rains, it eats away on things they settle on and contaminates lakes, drinkable water, which affect plants and animals11. If many people live very closely together, there is a greater chance of conflict, which results in higher crime and even sometimes war12.
Parents should not, therefore, relieve themselves of the obligation to raise their dependents in the best way possible.
It is by no coincidence that China has implemented birth control policies.
Towns, streets, and schools have been overcrowded due to rapid population growth. Increased immigration and birth rates, and a decline in the rate of mortality, are evident causes of overpopulation.
For instance, by 1960 the earth harboured a population of 3 billion people. When the number of people surpasses the carrying capacity of a particular area, overpopulation occurs. ("Human Overpopulation Causes, Effects, and Solutions") Although the population of human beings has been escalating in a continuous manner since 1400, the most dramatic increase has been in the last 5 decades.
Chiefly as a result of availability of food and good medical care.
The availability of food renders humans sexually active, which in turn, takes population growth to unclimbable heights.