Open Access Research Article

Environmental and Nutritional Consequences of Population Growth: A Sociological Appraisal of Asia

Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi*

Alzahra University, Iran

Corresponding Author

Received Date: December 30, 2018;  Published Date: February 14, 2019


Climate change, industrialization, environmental change and increasing urbanization all together have impacted food products, increasing food consumption and in many cases food insecurity. Under such circumstances emerging challenges, nutrition shortages as well as population migration are widely observed within the dry lands of the developing world with special reference to Asia. In recent years, these topics have come to the center of attention of policymakers, and the community of scholars studying these phenomena. The above interwoven phenomena have largely affected food accessibility in many parts of Asia. As a result of such a scenario, shortage of food is widely observed, and prices constantly rise. Such a situation increases poverty and lower purchasing power for an increasing number of people. To remedy the crisis, these countries need effective policies with respect to agriculture, environmental management, settlements, urbanization, and population dynamics.

Keywords: Environment; Nourishment; Population growth; Vulnerability; Urban management

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