How can we help to prevent habitat destruction? Global perspective As the world is evolving, it is becoming overpopulated, which causes many problems such as habitat destruction. Nowadays, humans give more priority to industries that focus on helping the world develop such as fashion and technology. People are unaware of and thus underestimate the consequences of damaging the environment -also known as habitat destruction. However, these consequences do not only apply to animals but also in human life.
He warns that because of that value, there’s going to be a moment when humans will kill each other because of technology: this can be seen when there is “a sound of thunder”(Bradbury 10) from the gun pointed to Eckels. Bradbury wants the readers to think differently than everyone else who are increasing technology’s value. Bradbury lets the readers think which one is higher: humans’ value or technology’s value. Moreover, he makes the humans realize that humans should increase their value to face technology. For example, maintaining good relationships, spending some time without
Children will grow up to think that the only way to earn money is through exploitation of their bodies, which is extremely false. Children can develop eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia to make their bodies look perfect. They may feel they are not good enough due to the intense competition. After all they are just children and are much more sensitive in handling the situation compared to
In addition, advancement of technology, growth in economy, higher living standards likely widen the gap between the rich and the poor and lose the balance in society. Nevertheless, these disadvantages do not outweigh the achievements human obtain through economic globalization. It is well-demonstrated that any nation which does not follow the nature of this process will confront with a lot of political issues, particularly North Korea and Iraq. Due to resistance to foreign influences, two countries have to unilaterally fight with the inner chaos, and watch carefully outer
One of the main questions which is commonly asked is whether a ‘sustainable development is all affordable?’ So how can we reconcile the demand for economic growth with a fairer and more sustainable future? The answer is that we can’t. As we increase in population, we increase in demand, in which industrial infrastructure must be built in order to supply these needs. And lets be honest, Industrial infrastructure is incompatible with a living planet. The fact is that whether it be water or electricity conservation, the infrastructure that provides these materials are unsustainable.
The technology has enriched our lives and enlightened our minds, but in pursuit of its cozy comforts, people tend to be over-reliant on it. This makes human can’t even imagine living without it. This pointless obsession and abuse of technology in our lives has left us vulnerable. As we are living in an Information Age, technology and knowledge bases are advancing at an explosive rate. It would be illogical to believe that we should abandon technology, because in many cases it would be the difference for a better tomorrow.
The quest for self-interest by each prompts a poor result for all. The opportunity for common gain from cooperation comes into play when the gains from the other 's cooperation are more noteworthy than the costs of one 's own cooperation. Popular game theory proposes that nations endeavour to amplify their benefits in every circumstance. At the same time, in democratic societies, governments and leaders need to stress over sanctions forced by the expenses of motioning, of cooperating,
The future that we want for generations to come entails a safer planet and a more efficient world, which unfortunately, we do not currently have. If people continue to recklessly damage and add more problems to the Earth, the future ahead of us will not be what we hope for. As of now, the path we are heading down results in Earth’s population living in an environmental, medical, and economic crisis. One of the largest factors behind the Earth’s deterioration is that there is an overpopulation problem that is only getting bigger and as it gets bigger, it becomes more problematic not only for the Earth’s environment but for generations yet to come. Overpopulation is a predicament in which the population of people in an ecological setting becomes greater than the carrying capacity in that ecological setting.
The fundamental function of a society is to perform true and useful activities to achieve human and environmental needs in a best way. However, human history has created an economic civilization in the place of humanistic civilization which confronted the unsustainable use of our resources and made a catastrophic, risky and polluted society. Not having reconciliation between the choice of human desires and means, irresponsible resources allocating mechanism and institutions, unfair distribution are responsible for uneconomic growth. Unsustainable production and consumption activities not only made terrestrial resources (29% of the Planet) depleted but also polluted 90% of the marine resources. As a result human survival and life sustaining