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Environmental Degradation: Causes, Impacts and Mitigation | Review Article

Pooja .*, in Journal of Advances in Science and Technology | Science & Technology

ABSTRACT:

Degradation of the environment brought on by a variety of causes, including human activity, is known as environmental degradation. Factors including deforestation, pollution, population growth, and climate change are the causes of this deterioration. Wide-ranging effects of environmental degradation include biodiversity loss, air and water pollution, increased susceptibility to natural catastrophes, and harm to ecosystems, animals, and human well-being. It is essential to implement sustainable practices, lower greenhouse gas emissions, preserve natural ecosystems, and support conservation initiatives in order to lessen these problems. In order to ensure the long-term health and survival of our planet and its people, we must address environmental deterioration.