The increase in the production of customer goods results in damage to the natural environment. What are the causes of this and what can be done to solve the problem?
The expansion of industrial activities, particularly in the production of customer foods t has led to exert to detrimental influences on the ecosystem. The phenomenon can be attributable to a host of reasons, which are addressed by several solutions.
The predominant reason for the loss of ecosystem is the introduction of single-use products which are made out of no-biodegradable. In specific, those materials take millions of years to be naturally degraded. This means the flora and fauna surrounded by large garbage dumps could be destroyed, thereby leading to ecological imbalance. Moreover, the increasing emission of greenhouse gases also leave to disastrous on ecodiversity. Meeting higher demands of inhabitants, mang companies might be expand the scales of industrial zones. Especially, nowadays, most machines run on fossil fuels and concurrently emit carbon dioxide, which is the main cause leading to change climate. For Example, The increase in temperature, results in the ice of two poles melting. This means that will loss of shelter of some species such as the polar bear.
There are several solutions to tackle with ecosystem imbalance. Firstly, the government can take urgently by imposing heavy penalties on companies releasing untreated waste. Besides, authorities also should encourage to switch into the use of renewable energy sources such as solar, and wind power. This can significantly reduce the high level of air and land pollution. Secondly, individuals should be aware of the importance of the loss of ecosystem. We could have a contribution to positive changes to my planet by limiting disposable items. For example, we can make use of multi-times with glass cups and draw cups instead of using plastic ones. This will lower the amount of impossible garbage.
Although there are a lot of reasons impact on the earth, I believe that collective actions from the government and individuals could alleviate those impacts.