You should spend about 40 minutes on this task. Countries around the world will be facing significant challenges relating not only to the environment, but population and education as well. What problems will your country face in the next ten years? How can these problems be overcome? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience. You should write at least 250 words

Nations across the globe will have great difficulty in environmental, and educational matters and
also
those concerning the total populace. I agree with
this
statement. With the increase in industrial actions across the globe, most especially in the developed countries, there is a need to cut down on the effects of human activities on the environment and
also
on all living organisms. Some of these activities have affected the weather conditions and are driving certain species of animals into extinction. Deforestation, poaching are
also
examples of human activities that constantly impact negatively on the existence of many plants and animals.
However
, the changes that are likely to happen across countries may vary
overtime
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over time
. I am a Nigerian by birth and I can emphatically say that our projections of the possible problems that will be
combatted
compete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others
competed
within the
next
ten years are quite different from the projections of the developed countries. Currently, Nigeria has a very high unemployment ratio and these forms the bedrock of many societal issues like insecurity, corruption, etc.
Also
, the country is faced with poor health facilities and
this
has led to an increase in maternal death.
Likewise
, the educational sector of the economy is below par, when compared
with
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to
the western world. Currently, there is an average of thirteen million
underaged
not of legal age
underage
children who are out of school, and these young ones are the future of the economy.
This
is a serious issue looming. Education is key to the growth of every economy and it should be made free. Free education will empower individuals to be economically viable and they will be able to provide solutions locally, nationally or globally.
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