“Homelessness is increasing in many major cities around the world. What do you think are the main causes of this problem and what measures could be taken to solve it?”
Homelessness is one of the biggest issues the world currently faces. Inflation, food insecurity, and lack of housing are major causes contributing to this problem. More needs to be done to address this issue.
With the increasing global population, housing demands are also increasing. The value of each currency is rapidly decreasing and, unfortunately, salary increases are not keeping up with the demand. In addition, many economies are quite competitive, making it quite difficult for people to get jobs. Moreover, having a more sustainable and efficient way to use our land, our housing needs will meet our needs without harming other areas, such as the environment. Salaries should also keep up with inflation needs and manage inflation in a way that it will not increase.
Food cost and security is also a big issue. Due to inflation and rising costs of living, even those with decent jobs may have financial issues. With the increasing population, there is less food available due to the demand and because there is less land to grow our food. Food waste is another major issue that contributes to this problem. As mentioned previously, using our land effectively and sustainably will ensure that this problem will be either resolved or, at the very least, minimized. In addition, education about food waste and any associated problems will be vital to ensuring that people and big corporations will not make homelessness worse.
In conclusion, homelessness is an international issue that can be resolved or, at the very least, minimized, via effectively and sustainably managing our land, having appropriate salaries and minimizing inflation, and increasing food security.
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