What is the effect of over-population on the environment?
over population effects our environment with; threatened habitats, land degredation, climate change, over use of ocean resources, deforestation and pollution.
our environment has huge threts that must be stopped now!
As the number of gasoline powered vehicles climb and gas prices are so low, it's bad news for the environment. The carbon emissions will rise allot. And with the warm Summer months ahead there will be even more pollution. If only a new type of gasoline could be developed to reduce carbon monoxide it would be wonderful.
One effect is they aid in keeping the population of herding animals thinned and healthy. There are two ways in which they do this. Firstly, they pick off sickly or injured animals. Secondly, they prevent overpopulation. When a species becomes overpopulated they can begin running into problems such as starvation.
Everything that happens has an "effect" on the environment. The wind blowing affects the environment. So does one drop of rain. They all have a tiny effect on the environment. So dog poop does have a (small) effect on the environment. See the related question below: "How does dog poop affect the environment?"
Overpopulation effect china because there is a food shortage, limited space for living therfore destroying nature to build houses, the rule of only being able to have one child effects the female population, that are usually killed or thrown away, because of this there is a high rate of males, women are being captured and sold