Therefore daily use of electricity should be regulated especially where a lot of waste is experienced.Environmental degradation on the other hand is the destruction of the ecosystem, extinction of some plant and animal species as result of deterioration of the environment and depletion of natural resources. It is viewed as one of the major threats to the survival of living things in the entire globe. Overexploitation of some natural resources such as fossil fuels has resulted into depletion of such resources. Human activities that have led to environmental degradation include: i) Overpopulation which causes a lot of strain on the available resources. ii) Urbanization which results in the destruction of natural resources so as to create room for settlement. iii) Deforestation which is the clearing of forest for fuel or human settlement and pollution which contaminates the natural resources.In order to fully analyze the environmental, social and economic impacts of global warming and environmental degradation, I have used India as a case study. This is because India has experienced tremendous climatic changes occasioned by global warming in the recent times. However radical steps are currently being undertaken to eradicate the situations. It must be noted that the steps aimed at mitigating global warming and environmental degradation cannot bear much fruits if they are note adopted by every nation.India is one of the countries that are currently experiencing adverse effects of changes in climatic conditions as a result of global warming and environmental degradation. Pollution ranging from air, soil and water still remain a major challenge to India. The country has a very large population which is believed to be one of the contributing factors to its environmental issues. However there are many underlying issues as far as the environment is concerned. Some view economic factors as the main cause of environmental challenges since India is a developing country with a struggling economy. Some of the main causes of pollution in India include:One of the main social impacts of global warming in India is the massive
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