It was the large-scale industrialization and urban expansion that changed the United States dramatically during the last quarter of the 19th century. Since then, buildings, highways, water and sewage systems have expanded beyond cities to the rest of the nation. Infrastructure is a vital national asset that promotes economic growth. The decision to invest in U.
We have only one Earth. Today, the 7. Every new person is a new consumer, adding to that demand. Some of us take far more than others and there are many steps we must take to make our consumption sustainable - adding fewer new consumers everywhere is one of them.
Essay about Globalization and the Effects on Population
By Richard Webb. Our current global health crisis is a reminder of how little we want to return to the days when deadly infections carried away most of us. Yet also in some way, advances back then were a first step on a path towards planetary perdition. Now, climate change, biodiversity loss, the degradation of the biosphere and, yes, coronavirus are forcing us to consider the legacy of that success.
Nowadays demographers believe the number of population can rise to more than 9 billion in the next 50 years. We believe that human population increased after World War II when the population of less developed nations began to accelerate dramatically. As a result, world population entered the twentieth century with approximately 1. In the next 50 years the annual growth will take place in the less developed countries Asia, Africa, and Latin America whose population growth rates are much higher than those in more developed countries.