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Sarah Caspari, Over-Exploitation, Period 9


Made with a wink and a smile
SARAH CASPARI FEB 12, 2019 02:57PM

I will be taking pictures of my sister as my


model. I will have her pose by looking off
into the distance, looking straight ahead
and looking down. I will take pictures of
forests with trees that are cut down. I will
also take pictures of the garbage that is
left on the street.

As the population of the Earth continues to grow, so will the


demand of supply. The ecological footprint ultimately does not
measure overuse of natural resources.

Yes, humans are depleting Earth's


resources, but 'footprint'
estimates don't tell the full story
Experts widely agree that human
activities are harming the global
environment. Since the Industrial
Revolution, the world economy has grown dramatically. Overall this
is a success story, since rising incomes have lifted millions ...
PHYS

The more people that abuse the use of nature and wildlife, the
faster they will go away. Wildlife and plants are very important
to the survival and natural way of the world.

Overexploitation | National
Wildlife Federation
Fish and other aquatic species: As
shing gear and boats have improved,
the shing industry has become very
e cient at harvesting sh and
shell sh. The industrialization of the shing industry and the
increasing global demand for seafood have people taking more sh
from oceans, lakes and rivers than is sustainable.
NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
Fossil Fuels

Raw materials

Environmental Degration

Ecosystem

Forced Removal

Natural Habitat

Biodiversity

Endangered

Extinct

Production

Energy

Depletion

Population

Deforestation

Industry
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