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Imagery of Overpopulation Effect

Global population speak out is a website which talks about population effects, it has released a new kind of book Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot. This time great inspire took a step towards global issue discussion, overpopulation. As our numbers are growing on Earth our exploitation of natural resources are also going high day by day. Everyone on this earth knows about the situation but really large people count don’t consider about all these facts. But now it’s time to make all the people understand the situation.

We have to really appreciate the efforts taken by the Global population speak out they have shown some of the powerful and evocating images that describe us that how much our population have devastated the nature, out of them we have shown some photos below along with them there is a description for each image to make us more understand the situation. Please help the earth, join the campaigning and comment on the images.

Albatross killed by excessive plastic ingestion in Midway Islands (North Pacific)

Albatross killed by excessive plastic ingestion in Midway Islands (North Pacific)

Enormous iceberg melting near Svalbard island in Norway

Enormous iceberg melting near Svalbard island in Norway

Fire at oil platform in Gulf of Mexico, April 2010

Fire at oil platform in Gulf of Mexico, April 2010

Indonesian forest transformed into palm plantation

Indonesian forest transformed into palm plantation

Ken River oil field, California (USA)

Ken River oil field, California (USA)

Landfill in Accra (Ghana). Our electronic rubbish usually ends up in Third-World countries

Landfill in Accra (Ghana). Our electronic rubbish usually ends up in Third-World countries

Landscape covered in greenhouses , Almeria (Spain)

Landscape covered in greenhouses , Almeria (Spain)

Landscape full of trash in Bangladesh

Landscape full of trash in Bangladesh

Mexico City landscape, 20 million inhabitants

Mexico City landscape, 20 million inhabitants

Mir mine, Russia. This gigantic hole is the world’s biggest diamond mine

Mir mine, Russia. This gigantic hole is the world’s biggest diamond mine

National Willamette forest, Oregon (USA)

National Willamette forest, Oregon (USA)

Part of the Amazonian jungle in Brazil, burnt down to be “repurposed”

Part of the Amazonian jungle in Brazil, burnt down to be “repurposed”

Surfing on a wave full of trash in Java (Indonesia), the world’s most populated island

Surfing on a wave full of trash in Java (Indonesia), the world’s most populated island

Tar-rich zone in Alberta, Canada destroyed by mining and toxic wastes

Tar-rich zone in Alberta, Canada destroyed by mining and toxic wastes

The Maldives are flooding because of global warming and human action. They will sink in 50 years

The Maldives are flooding because of global warming and human action. They will sink in 50 years

The Yellow river in Mongolia is so polluted that it’s almost impossible to breathe near it

The Yellow river in Mongolia is so polluted that it’s almost impossible to breathe near it

World’s biggest excavator, Bagger 288, used to extract coal in Tagebau Hambach strip mine (Germany)

World’s biggest excavator, Bagger 288, used to extract coal in Tagebau Hambach strip mine (Germany)

 

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