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Environmental health has always been a concern of the globe Until recently overpopulation has only been an idea of the global community Now in the year of 2000 it is not only a concern but a juggernaut of a problem Today I come in front of the President and Congress to bring forth the idea of new laws proposals and other concerns Today it is evident that the world is in a state of chaos the food surplus is decreasing the fossil fuels are being used rapidly acres of land torn down for supplies Deforestation Nitrogen overloads food and water shortages diseases and health hazards the list of impacts on the world goes on and on Do you want your world nation state or community to suffer from the aforementioned The world today numbers more than 6050000000 people It is time for our nations leaders to take a stand on this It has become not only a national concern for the US but a global one too Overpopulation does ruin most of the worlds abundance of species of animals and plants Not only that but the demolishing of many acres of forest land is killing many species of animals that we do not know about The deforestation is only done because of lack of supplies and a need for habitable living place The world as we know it today is not as fruitful as myth has made it to be There is an overproduction of many animals we eat and many of the food we consume Cows and cattle are being overproduced thanks to the consumer need for animals On the other hand the con of these animals is the methane gases that go into our o-zone layer which protects us from harmful UV-Rays and heat If our o-zone layer was fully depleted we would all witness the melting of the polar ice-caps Slowly but surely the ice caps are
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