Consequence of over population, Biology


With increase in population the available natural resources will fall short of requirements.

A severe competition will ensure creating socioeconomic problems, energy crisis & eco-degradation.

Main are -

1.       Space

2.       Food

3.       Employment

4.       Education

5.       Medical aid

6.       Essential goods

7.       Poverty

8.       Violence

9.       Pollution

10.     Sanitation

11.     Deforestation

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