stand or know is that chemical fertilizers are major contaminators of the soil; I personally prefer the use of organic chemicals, which not only protect the soil but also produce foods with fewer amounts of toxic chemicals.
Water pollution is also another problem that prevailed so many years ago but up until now it is still an issue, a solution has not yet been found, and people tend to take it less seriously even though it results to ailments. I personally have gotten sick due to the consumption of contaminated water and it was not the best of experience. I have tried to cumber both problems by using organic fertilizers and disposing used water keenly. I wish that I could advocate this to more people and also help industries understand the essence of disposing water in the right areas; I think I have not had the opportunity to do this due to laxity and negligence.
The reading was rather interesting and also poses a challenge to me (wonder if I’m the only one who found it challenging?). Agreeably, the three general perspectives i.e. political economy, modernisation and human ecology, are clearly the major contributors to the environmental problems and issues if think about it critically. I’m not shocked that basic material conditions like urbanisation, population, economic production and geographical aspects all affect the environment in one way or another and are popular cause of disparity in environment impact among different nations.
Altogether, I bet as of now if you look at the different factors expressed in the article as major causes of environmental issues, like pollution and deterioration, if look at them quite keenly you’ll find that the consequences are already being experienced by most people if not all. Moreover, I think it’s a high time for everyone, starting with myself, to “man up” and take the environment seriously for once; in the past we have been saying that we will do this and that, it’s time they stop saying and start taking