Introduction Does human population growth affect our world? This has been an ethical dilemma for scientists for many years, and it seems they don’t have any solution to it yet. Human population growth has brought a lot of effect on our world, negative and positive impact. It depends on the environment of the specific area, for example, if an area is under populated, it will need population growth to have the man power in that area ( Aiex, 1994).If the area is overpopulated, population growth will be hazardous because there will have scarce resources in that particular area. In this essay, I will discuss two sides of the dilemma examining each position (pro and cons) critically.
Another major concern connected with overpopulation is education. Educating too many children will lead to many problems. Funds available to schools and teachers will be affected badly. But, immigrant children need to be educated; immigrants will become violent if they were uneducated.
Overpopulation Overpopulation is a condition that is undesirable. Overpopulation is one of the problems that people concern it to. One of the serious countries facing this problem is China. Reports in China show that it has about 1.4 billion people in this country; it takes about one over seven people of the world population. China is the third largest land after Russia and Canada in the world.
Women all around the world face hardships, discrimination and stereotypes and are burdened with multiple roles that make their lives very difficult even in developed countries. Women living in developing countries and in rural areas in particular face all of these challenges and more and are forced to live out their lives in a world that is filled with patriarchy and have lives that are unfulfilled or incomplete. All over the world in developing countries women face a lack of education. In this case, Africa, has a large rural population and the gender bias women in rural areas face is shocking. It is the perception that women are inferior to men and therefore men are the sole providers of the families while women are forced to stay at home.
An Analysis of The World's Cruelty After reading journalist Leonard Pitt's article entitled, "Sometimes, the Earth is Cruel", I saw the disaster in Haiti in a whole new light. What is on the surface an article based on the terrible earthquake that shook Haiti on January, 12, 2010, is in actuality a riveting, eye opening piece of human re-evaluation. An article that looks beyond ordinary human conventions and presents a broad picture of who we truly are and how we truly operate. The overall theme, however, is present in the first line; Sometimes the earth is cruel and Leonard Pitts expresses this through his description of the Haitian people's actions after the earthquake, his language comparing the Haitian people with nature and his overall response to the way Haitian people responded to their unfortunate tragedy.
Because humanity will run out of resources, there will be economic issues, and there will be serious contamination to the environment. Population control needs to be implemented into countries by governments. The first reason the world needs
History is made up of all the factors of people’s lives, whether those exist till today or not. These factors are considered to be crucial and contributed to the historical events. One of the most crucial factors is writing. Writing has contributed to the development of trade, political system, education, and more. Addition to this, writing made it possible for numerous historical facts to be passed down till today. One of the writing inventions by our ancestors that we are using it till today is the alphabets. In the book “A Little History of the World” written by E. H. Gombrich, the chapter “I C-A-N R-E-A-D” discusses the origin of the alphabets we use today. Gombrich states that Phoenicians, who were the merchants, developed the letters we use as the alphabets today and communicate with their families and friends in the hometown. However, Gombrich’s “A Little History of the World” was criticized due to the several implications it consists of; the oversimplified historical facts, inaccurate information, and unsuitable structure and organization of the presentation of the information.
250 million girls live in poverty today. The girl 's family will have to use their money to send the sons to school before sending the daughters because women lack the same power as men in these societies. Girls will have to resort to selling herself in order to support their family. Anyone can help by donating to these girls and their families. This will help them reach their full potential and shape the future, support global economies, and break the cycle of global poverty.
It is typical of humans that we are divided over the most important event in our history, the viral spread of the practice of agriculture. It was in the minds of many, a gift from God, or at least, a stroke of incredible good fortune for our species. However, recently, a new opinion has grown in traction. Revisionist historians like decorated scientific author, Jared Diamond have spread the idea that the advent of agriculture has been the worst thing to ever happen to humans. Diamond is an awarded scientific author who wrote the most well known defense of revisionism, The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race. Diamond writes that, “With agriculture came the gross social and sexual inequality, the disease and despotism, that curse our existence.” These
Plenty of students in the United States dread going to school and would much rather use this time to play video games, watch TV, or even sleep. But in third world countries, children, especially girls, do not have the opportunity to receive an education. These girls would exchange anything in order to attend school and have an opportunity to be independent, educated, and equal to their male counterparts. Governments need to implement policies that guarantee girls education in order to promote gender equality, boost their economy, and prevent child marriage. Research has shown that educating girls will not only benefit each individual girl, but also their community and country as a whole.
Introduction Overpopulation is the excessive population of an area to the point of overcrowding and it is an undesirable condition in every country where the number of existing human population rises to an extent exceeding the carrying capacity of ecological setting. Overpopulation can be result from an increase in births, an increase in immigration, a decline in mortality rates and other factors that may cause overpopulated environment. Therefore, this can cause influence as lack of the available essential materials for survival like water, shelter, social amenities and other because of the numbers of people might be more than the materials for survival. In such condition, this regularly contributes to environmental deterioration, worsening
There has been progress, today, more girls and women are literate than ever before, and in a third of developing countries, there are more girls in school than boys. Women now make up over 40 percent of the global labour force. In some areas, however, progress toward gender equality has been limited—even in developed countries. Girls and women who are poor, live in remote areas, are disabled, or belong to minority groups continue to lag behind. Too many girls and women are still dying in childhood and in the reproductive ages.
According to www.conserve-energy-future.com, the first factor causing environmental degradation is overpopulation. Rinkesh, World’s Top Eco-Conscious Bloggers and website owner, stated that overpopulation leads to excessive consumption of goods and necessities which impacts natural resources. This is because more people demand more food, clothes, shelter and fuel. Because of this demand, their living space needs to be expanded in order to grow food and provide homes for people.
Poldering is the provision of a ring bund surrounding the area to be protected. This is normally carried out for an area which has high damage potential but for which the cost on overall basin-wide protection would be prohibitive. It includes the provision of internal drainage for the area to be protected and the evacuation of flood water by pumping during periods of high river flows. Canalization also suitable in overcome flash flood. Canalization works include the widening and deepening of channels as well as lining the banks and beds of the channels.