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The article L’humanité vit à crédit suggests that the world’s population consume more resources than available in the planet Earth. In 2014, only eight months were sufficient in order to reach and consume the entirety of the resources available in the Earth without compromising the regeneration of the said resources. The next four months’ consumption is seen as excess which results in ecological deficit that will use the Earth’s supplies and increase the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.

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General water management practices are becoming a prevalent concern as levels of pollution have increased and the global population continues to grow. The lack of inadequate treatment for human wastes and improperly managed industrial and agricultural wastes are the most significant sources of pollution. The High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda has indicated that 2 billion people do not have access to safe water (UN, 2013). The number of people whose right to water is not satisfied is even greater, probably in the order of 3.5 billion (Onda et al., 2012).

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Commercial fisheries exploitation is a common theme among the majority of target marine species. Every day fisheries products are utilized all over the world: direct human/animal consumption, fish meal, fish oil, food additives, medicine etc (Bostock et al. 2010). However, the majority of fisheries consumers don’t have an understanding of commercial fishing’s environmental short-comings.

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 In the next 5o years, there will be no more fuel in the world if we continue consuming energy like we do presently. One effect of this over consummation is global warming. Even though citizens and governments are aware of these issues, we do not see how critical the situation is and how fossil fuel devastate the environment.              Fossil fuel damage the environment and the society.  :  Thousands of risks and spills  

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