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The major reason of environmental problems is related to population growth, the major reasons for population growth are- Options Increase in the birthrate, lifespan due to better nutrition and
health services, decrease in mortality rate. Decrease in the birth rate, improved health services, decrease in child mortality rate and increase in lifespan due to better nutrition. Increased in birthrate and decrease in child mortality rate, improved health services. Increase in birthrate and increased life span.
Birth rate exceeds the death rate. All species tend to breed beyond the replacement level, and humans have done an excellent job of reducing the death rate. Since we did not also reduce the birth rate, [ [ we have population growth. The famous baby boom also had a lot to do with it. ] ]
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