The first-proposed solution is to encourage companies, organizations and people especially ethnic to participate in planting trees and protecting forest through supporting interest rate for related activities such as buying seedlings. Next to this solution, government should regulate tightly the cutting of forest. An international agreement between developing and industrialize nations should early be adopted to tighten the consumption of wildlife and illegal-sourced wood products. Besides, building or expanding natural reserves is an alternative necessary solution to save endangered species from extinction.
There are numerous health problems in shanty towns. Firstly, because the sites are illegal the government does not provide piped water. As a result, drinking and bathing water are usually dirty and this causes diseases such as dysentery, typhoid and hepatitis, as well as skin and eye diseases. Secondly, houses are often overcrowded and have poor air circulation. This makes it easier to catch diseases like flu, TB and diphtheria where infection enters through the throat. Thirdly, there are no drains, sewers or rubbish collection services. The resulting pools of stagnant water and heaps of household waste attract rats and insects, which can pass on diseases.