Environmental Impacts Of Environmental Degradation

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IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION

Introduction
Environmental degradation is a result of socio-economical, technological and institutional activities. Degradation occurs when Earth's natural resources are depleted.-by Alice Wisler The resources which are affected includes: Water, Air, and Soil. The degradation also impacts our: Wildlife, Plants, Animals, and Micro-organisms
The cause of environmental degradation can be man-made cause and natural cause
Man-made cause includes: Water pollution, Air pollution, Soil pollution, Urban Development, Agricultural Run-off, Habitat Fragmentation.
Natural causes includes: Physical Destruction, Natural disasters can be responsible for causing environmental degradation

The cause of environmental degradation can be
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This can either come about through physical destruction via natural disaster or by the long-term degradation of resources by the introduction of an invasive alien species to a new habitat. The latter often occurs after hurricanes, when lizards and insects are washed across small stretches of water to foreign environments. Sometimes, the environment cannot keep up with the new species, and degradation can occur.
Impacts of Environmental Degradation
The factories are released harmful chemicals and toxic waste into bodies of water, which lead human beings to suffer. Pesticides and fertilizers pollute the water system. Drinking water is contaminated. Some residing in third-world countries are highly affected by the degradation of our planet. Such practices cause illness death in children, death in adults, poverty. Poverty is not an accident, like slavery and apartheid; it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human
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