Consequences of population growth, Biology

The effects of unlimited population growth are as follows:

1.         Increase in unemployment.

2.          Low per capita income.

3.         Low living standard of people.

4.         Lack of basic amenities like food, shelter, clothes, water supply, sanitations, education, health etc.

5.         Environment damage due to over exploitation of natural resources.

6.         High crime rate.

 

 

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