A population leads to environmental change. As a population grows, the environment changes due to...
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A population leads to environmental change. As a population grows, the environment changes due to the lack of resources or space.
You are right, human populations do lead to environmental change. Could you give some examples on how an environment may change as population numbers grow? Have you noticed any specific resources that have been impacted by population growth in your area?
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