Those in very industrialized places are starting to see the benefits of living a “simpler” life. However, non-industrialized places are not usually such by their own choosing. Often it is poverty and lack of resources that leaves them the way they are today.
The values of non-industrialized countries lie within the beauty of their natural landscapes and resources as well as the cultures, traditions, and lifestyles of the local or indigenous community. As the trend for globalization increases, so do environmental and social concerns such as pollution, the dependency on technology, and the issue of urban sprawl, heat island effects, and overpopulation especially in and around urban areas.
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