How the Human Population Effects Our Earth

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The human population effects our Earth by the fact that we are wasting our natural resources much more faster because more people are coming into this world, all of the diseases are spreading a lot more faster then the medicine that is coming out, our water supply is slowly reducing, we are cutting down so many trees and we don't even care whats lost in them so there goes our flora and fauna; there are also much less forests, As our Earth's population grows, making our lives fit to how our current live styles are nowadays-what with all the new technology and the need for using up the resources so quickly to keep the human race going-is a challenge without hurting our Earth's environment. The humans are basically reproducing so much more and the population is going up in numbers that their aren't enough resources to sustain the amount of people that there are so that means that we need to slow down because the scientists worry that in the future there WILL be shortages of supplies, barely any food, hardly any more flora and fauna, pollution will be everywhere in large amounts. The Earth that we know now would be almost unrecognizable if we let the human population grow like that. Too much people for one planet. The environments getting worse. A lot of people die each year from pollution. As each year passes by, many environmental things have been getting worse or staying the same… which means they basically aren't getting better.Like our publics health is VERY bad. There is the unclean water for some people and for ALL of us poor sanitation, things like public areas where in some parts everybody is touching and nobody is cleaning… Pollution from the air like the smoke coming from cigarettes and the pollution that comes from trucks and cars kills almost 3 million a year. About 2/3 of the U.S. is farming land lost. There aren't that many farming areas in some places so there a matter of out food supply. We eat a lot of food and there are a lot of us so its easy to...
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