Progression vs Conservation-From the View Point of Third World Countries

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The act of balancing progression with conservation in third world countries requires a certain period of time. This should be the vision of all developing countries and it is not difficult to be achieved if all parties are willing to put in an effort. For sure this process is not going to be of immediate effect in the midst of this rampant industrial development and economic progression among third world countries in the 21st century. (“The Economy Vs. Environment Debate,” n.d.) There seemingly appears to be conflict between the act of progressing in terms of development and conservation. Our world has been rapidly changing over the past decade. This is due to the fact that the Industrial Revolution took place towards the end of the 18th …show more content…
The act of balancing progression with conservation in third world countries requires a certain period of time. This should be the vision of all developing countries and it is not difficult to be achieved if all parties are willing to put in an effort. For sure this process is not going to be of immediate effect in the midst of this rampant industrial development and economic progression among third world countries in the 21st century. (“The Economy Vs. Environment Debate,” n.d.) There seemingly appears to be conflict between the act of progressing in terms of development and conservation. Our world has been rapidly changing over the past decade. This is due to the fact that the Industrial Revolution took place towards the end of the 18th century, covering the span of the early 19th century. (“The Economy Vs. Environment Debate,” n.d.) The Industrial Revolution involved new manufacturing processes and the transition from manual hand production and handling methods into mechanized and automated with the help of machines. The birth of machines and factories give rise to mass production, which eventually led to various environmental threat. (“The Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on Our Environment | Eco Issues,” n.d.) Other significant change includes the drastic conversion from an agrarian and rural society into an industrial society, improved transportation systems with the invention of steam engines as well as the emerging industrial materials of iron and textiles.
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