How Does The Overpopulation Affects The Education?


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Dr. Pramod Kumar Profile
Over-population= insufficient resources
insufficient resources= people don't get all they need
this= poverty, famine, overcrowding
this= inability to create proper schooling environments, fund educational programs, provide necessary materials, etc.

In overpopulated societies, this generally results in a huge disparity
of wealth (a small class of rich people amidst mass poverty)


Due to the opening out of human settings, 16 million hectares of forest are chopped down each year.
The accelerated growth of the human populations has propitiated the destruction of natural habitats of many species. People are invading the habitats of those species, replacing them to inhospitable places and condemning the native species to the extinction.
The speed of extinction of plants and animals attributable to human activities is 10,000 times faster than the natural quotient.
About 5 million people die every year from illnesses associated to organic wastes.
Too dense human communities produce tons of solid wastes (organic and inorganic waste) daily, consume large quantities of energy and emit more pollutants to the environment.
Water necessities will increase to 20% by 2025. Approximately, one half of wetlands around the world have been lost since 1900.
In USA, consumption of materials (wood, metals, synthetics, etc.) has grown 18-fold since 1900.
The Ozone layer has been gradually ruined by the effect of the CFCs. The concentration of CFCs has been increased as the human population has grown, and the thickness of the Ozone layer has been lesser to the extent that a hole in the layer has been formed. Scientists have found that there are other emissions derived from human activities, which have contributed to the depletion of the ozone layer.
So it has a lot of affects but not on education. Check out the web site and read up.

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