Ecological Problems, Global:

Snakin, V. V.
August 2014
Value Inquiry Book Series;2014, Vol. 276, p161
Academic Journal
The article presents a definition of the term "global ecological problems." It refers to a complex of transformations of the planetary natural environment resulting from rapid population growth, depletion of natural resources, and increasing pollution. Topics discussed include the problem of aridization of land, emission of greenhouse gases, and the excessive use renewable natural resources.


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