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There are too many people will we survive Do you feel that we have the right to enjoy natural beauty The right to decent uncrowned shelter The right to eat healthy food and drink pure water To breathe clean air and avoid pesticide poisoning Most people would say everyone has a right to all of these things but in some areas of the world these rights are not being met Overpopulation is becoming a bigger concern as the growth rate continues to skyrocket Overpopulation is sometimes misunderstood or mistaken with other issues Overpopulation does not deal with crowding but in fact density is irrelevant to questions of What is relevant is carrying capacity Carrying capacity refers to how much an area can hold having all things at equilibrium including all plants and animals An area is overpopulated when its long-term carrying capacity is being degraded by its current occupants Some people say the earth is not overpopulated since the United States can produce more food and products than are used That is true in the US Now if you look at it worldwide the products we have are often from other countries These other countries are often not as well off These other countries are either in severe poverty or their cities are becoming overcrowded Although the US is not in trouble at this time when you look at the whole world you may see a different picture Eventually the rest of the world will also have an effect on us The impact we have on the environment has to do with three factors The first is the number of people The more people there are the more resources are used If too many resources begin to be used they will run out before they get a chance to be replaced Leaving all plant and animal life with nothing and everything will eventually die off The rainforests are a good example of this
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