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Agriculture: Evolution or Devolution? Considering that the alarming excess and continuing growth of the current world population (of humans) is directly tied to food production and availability, the question of how and why we even developed the technology of agriculture in the first place is becoming more and more relevant to human survival as we collectively continue to destroy the environment in which we live due in part to these very agricultural techniques and strategies that we are continuing to employ today. Current estimations show that at around the same time that agriculture was beginning to develop and thrive, the population of our ancestors started to double at a rate that was far higher than what it had been previously for the more than 2 million years of prior human existence. What does this then mean, and what does it say about humans and their attitude towards the environment? This hinges largely on the viewpoints to which we allow ourselves to be open.
As time goes by, these natural resources undergo increasing pressure, threatening public health and development. As the human population expands, its effects on the environment will multiply, such as the depleting of Earth’s natural resources, biodiversity, and the slowing dynamic economy, and therefore the citizens of Earth must help in the recreation of the planet. As the world’s population grows, improving living ... ... middle of paper ... ...e Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Surveys, File Storage and More. Negative Population Growth. Web.