These Images Of Overpopulation and Overconsumption In The World Are Shocking!


    Overpopulation and Overconsumption In The World


    Shocked! Hurt! These are probably the only emotions we are feeling right now. These pictures are going to shake you up from the long dead sleep most of us are in while we are ruthlessly abusing Mother Nature and her beauty. As people hailing from different countries and cultures, we really need to stop the blame game and passing the buck from one end to the other. Overpopulation and overconsumption are no more national issues; they are world issues and we need to stare hard at these pictures and design a solution, because if we don’t, we will have a generation that will have no place to live on.

    These bunch of photographers thought that instead of writing long articles on the shocking state of affairs, it is much better if the world saw it for itself. These are extremely painful to look at; not only because of the way humanity has taken over mother nature, but also at our attitude despite of the innumerable ways in which we have abused Mother Nature.The Guardian was the first to publish these pictures.


    “This is the Aerial view of an oil fire following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.” (The Guardian)

    Photograph: Daniel Beltra



    Overconsumption to the hilt in South City Mall, Kolkata, India

    Photograph: Brett Cole



    Overconsumption Industrial livestock production

    With this kind of production, what do you expect?!
    Industrial livestock production in Brazil

    Photograph: Peter Beltra


    Overpopulation mexicon City

    Mexico City spread across acres and acres of land, leaving no space for natural to spread its legs.

    Photograph: Pablo Lopez Luz


    Albatross dies from ingesting too much plastic

    An Albatross dies from ingesting too much plastic on Midway Atoll.

    Photograph: Chris Jordan


    surfer caught in a dirty wave Overconsumption

    A surfer caught in a dirty wave on Java, Indonesia. It is the world’s most populated island. Shocking abuse of nature!

    Photograph: Zak Noyle


    Dying forest on Vancouver Island

    This dying forest on Vancouver Island, Canada, is extremely disturbing.

    Photograph: Garth Lentz


    Amazon jungle in Brazil

    Here, life and death just inches away from each other at the Amazon jungle in Brazil.

    Photograph: Daniel Beltra


    Willamette National Forest

    This sight of the Willamette National Forest in Oregon is a living nightmare.

    Photograph: Daniel Dancer


    Crop fields in China

    These acres of crop fields in China have no room for nature what-so-ever.

    Photograph: Google Earth/2014 Digital Globe


    This was our attempt at projecting the major issues we need to focus on.

    You can have a look at the complete article at TheGuardian

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