Addressing Question 2: The Paradox of Economic and Technological Advancements


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Addressing question 2: the paradox of economic and technological advancements is that they promote growth and improve living conditions simultaneously with poverty, low quality of life and environmental degradation. Discuss (the response to this question will look at Western Europe in particular). 
An overview of the topic (theme), the emergence of the issue, and the extent and severity of the issue in a global, regional, national or local context; in short, the introduction is a definition and description of the issue and an introduction of the major components or issues and their implications
The theme which lies at the heart of this paper is the variable impact of economic and technological advancement on the environment...
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