Environmental Problems Caused By Deforestation

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he world that individuals know today, is not how it used to be before. Before the modern industrial period, living beings were not having problems such as losing their habitats or worrying about the water and the oil spilled in the ocean. People at this time live in different types of environment that are constantly changing because humans are overusing the natural resources that the Earth provides to them. The planet is going through a lot of environmental problems. These problems affect all the living beings on Earth. Some of the examples are global warming, pollution of air, water, land, overpopulation, climate change, deforestation, etc. Our planet is facing severe environmental crises with all these examples. The Earth is getting…show more content…
One of the causes of water scarcity according to J, Rinkesh, a writer in conserve-energy-future.com, “Water overuse is a huge issue that a lot of people are dealing with. It may be overused on people, animals, land, or any other number of things. It may also be used for recreational activities without any care about the effects that it may have on the world around them.”. Also, the same writer talked about the effects. Rinkesh states, “Without access to clean water, there is no way to clean food, dishes, or people. When people are not given access to proper sanitation, disease ends up becoming much more of an issue than it would have been otherwise.” Meanwhile, Rinkesh pointed one solution that might help people. He says, “There are organizations located all over the world that are looking to bring clean water to areas that don’t have it.” Furthermore, water scarcity affects many places around the world. For example, United States is one of the countries that is facing problems with water. A report written by Lubber Mindy, called “The Ripple Effect” explains that the most water-stressed regions are Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas and Atlanta. Deepening the report, Los Angeles and Atlanta are the states with the highest risk of water scarcity because their water utility system bonds present problems. According to Lubber, “some of the nation 's largest public utilities may face moderate to severe water supply shortfalls in the
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