ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND GLOBLIZATION
It is the deterioration of the environment through depletion of resources such as air, water and soil, the destruction, the intimation of wildlife and pollution. It is defined as any change or disturbance the improvement perceived to be deleterious or undesirable. The United Nations International strategy for disaster reduction defines environmental degradation as the reduction of the environment to meet social and ecological objectives, and heads. There are many causes for environmental degradation such as land disturbance rupture in the environmental surroundings provides for them to start grooving and spreading. The result is territory with a solitary predominant plant which doesnâ€™t give satisfactory food assets to all the environmental life. Pollution is whatever forms whether it is air, water, land or noise is harmful for environment. Air pollution pollutes air that we breathe which causes realty issues. Land pollution results in degradation of earthâ€™s surface as a result of human attention, noise. Noise pollution can cause irreparable damage to our ears when imposed to continuous large sounds like evoking of vehicles on a busy road or machines producing large noise in a factory or a mill. Rapid growth puts strain on natural resources which results in degradation of our environment mortality rate gone down due to better medical facilities.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Climate and Resource Economic Review (CRER)
Published on : 2021-06-27