Why does human economic activity often lead to the death of living organisms?

Both agriculture and industry can be attributed to human economic activity.

1) Due to the development of agriculture, large areas of soil are plowed for crops. This leads to the destruction of plants, some soil animals. Unscrupulous workers can burn last year’s grass, leading to fires.

2) Almost all production wastes end up in the environment. Rivers and soils are polluted, because of this, not only the living organisms inhabiting them die, but the soil also becomes unsuitable for further use.

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