Impact of migration on environmental degradation in palamu division of Jharkhand: A geographical appraisals
The rapid population growth and economic development in Palamu division are degrading the environment through the uncontrolled growth of migration. One of the significant reasons for environmental degradation in the study area could be ascribed to quick development of population which is antagonistically influencing the natural resources and condition. The developing population and the ecological weakening face the test of maintained improvement without natural harm. The presence or the nonattendance of ideal characteristic assets can encourage or hinder the procedure of economical development. Population is an important source of development, yet it is a major source of environmental degradation when it exceeds the thresh hold limits of the support systems. Unless the connection between the multiplying population and the existence emotionally supportive network can be settled, improvement programs, howsoever, imaginative are not prone to yield wanted outcomes. Migration impacts on the environment primarily through the use of natural resources and production of wastes and is associated with environmental stresses like loss of biodiversity, air and water pollution and increased pressure on arable land.
Amal Maity. Impact of migration on environmental degradation in palamu division of Jharkhand: A geographical appraisals. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 8, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 01-06