Thursday, October 18, 2012

Interrelationship among Population, Environment and Development

The environment is the source for human beings to receive what they need. Population growth, poverty and economic means and resources are not equal everywhere. In some places, people make the excessive use of natural resources. While carrying on development works, they should not forget the concept of sustainable development. They have to make development model considering the existence of human beings, environment and developmental activities.

The chart given below indicates the interrelation among population, environment and development.  
Interrelationship Among Population, Environment and Development
How Population, Environment and Development are Inter-related?
  1. Use of Natural Resources: People must understand the importance of the interrelationship among various aspects of the environment. They use the natural resources in various ways. They make their house on land and obtain food by cultivating it. They bring wood, firewood, herbs, etc. from the forest. They get air and water from the environment. They can fulfill their needs if the interrelationship among the environmental aspects is well-retained. Population growth has caused the excessive exploitation of natural resources. They use land and water to increase production of food grains. Similarly, poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy, etc. grow with the increase in population. The per capita use of natural resources also increases. If the expansion of population continues, natural resources cannot fulfill the demand of the people. 
  2. Development and Construction Activities: Human beings conduct various development works to meet their aspirations. Development activities should be regularly conducted to satisfy the desire of the growing population. The conservation of the environment must not be stopped while conducting development works.
  3. Economic Development: It is necessary to run various development activities like road construction, increase in agricultural production and industrial goods, exports of ready made goods and others for economic development. Such activities provide employment to the people and help to develop their working skills and performance. It leads the development of person, society and nation. Quality of life of people cannot be improved without development activities.
  4. Socio-cultural Activities: Development activities include physical construction as well as socio-cultural development. People preserve, renovate and innovate their traditions and customs, religious places, temples and monasteries. These development works are related to social and cultural aspects. The preservation, promotion and development of these aspects support the people's cultural progress. The interrelationship among the development works, population and different aspects of the environment should always be managed. Development works must satisfy the need of the present generation without harming the requirement of the future generation.


  1. Excellent article. It's a interesting concept of Interrelationship between Population, Environment and Development. The population will also be more complicated to have maintainable growth which is the need of the time. Sustainable growth will be possible only if more significance is given to conservation of nature. The advantages of conservation of nature can also be gained by man. The Environment is one important thing to living peoples. They use the organic sources in various methods. They create their home on area and acquire meals by growing it. They carry wood, firewood , organic herbs, etc. from the forests. They get air and water from the surroundings. They can meet their needs if the interrelationship among the ecological factors is well-retained. Development is help to growth of the country. It is necessary that ecologists and conservationists are aspect of the preparing for the long run growth. Industry Analysis


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