With increasing population, demands of the country increase which further results in depletion of resources.
Over-consumption and waste
As the standards of living of people improves, they tend to consume more and waste even more.
Deforestation and the destruction of ecosystems
Forests are cut annually, to make space for multiplexes, residential complexes etc. This not only destroys trees (and wood as a resource) but also destroys home of thousands of species of animals.
Mining of Minerals and Oil-Minerals and metals are in high demand in today’s world. This is a very big problem as ores are being depleted day by day.
Technological and industrial development
Technology advances and so the need of resources increases.
Because of deforestation, soil erosion takes place. Thus, soil gets devoid of important minerals and resources.
Pollution and contamination of resources
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