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Rise in Human Population

RISE World population is the total number of living humans on Earth. As of June 2013, there are over 7 billion people sharing this planet. IN Human Population The United States Census Bureau estimates that the world population exceeded 7 billion on October 31, 2011. 7 BILLION - United Nations Population Fund Every second... The world population has experienced continuous growth since the end of the Great Famine plus the Black Death in 1350. 2 people die A net gain of 3 people 5 people are born POPULATION TIMELINE 400 million Deaths per year... 1000 AD 80 million (expected) 1750 800 million 56 million 1850 over a billion 1950 over two billion present 2040 27 billion The global fertility rate average is to 2.5 children global population increases above 1.8% per year The highest rates of growth peaked during the 1960s-1970s. The growth rate peaked at 2.2% in 1963 but had declined to 1.1% by 2011 per woman at this rate... 11 billion 2050 by 2100 "Approximately 4.7 billion people live in low and middle-low income economies, versus high-income countries have a combined population of about 1 billion less than one-sixth of the world's population. Nearly one in four people in the world is young, between age 10 and 24; while 85 percent of all adoescents live in developing countries." - World Factbook The world population is growing by about 0.8 % or almost 80 million people, per year 0.8% = 80 million 55% of children under 5 in Sub-Saharan Africa have never been registered with an identity Worldwide, nearly 50 million children each year are not registered with any form of identity. ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS "The effects of human overpopulation are multiple and ominous. As birth rates climb, natural resources get used up faster than they can be replaced, creating enormous economic pressures at home while the Standard of living plummets throughout the rest of the world." - According to United Nation reports, the world cannot sustain increasing population growth WHY IS THIS? Overpopulation can cause irreversible damage to the ecosystem, resulting in a shortage of: If overpopulation continues, by 2030 we will need to replenish the world with: 50% 30% 45% food water energy resources more food more water more energy PASS THIS INFOGRAPHIC AROUND TO SPREAD AWARENESS - ONE SOCIAL MEDIA SHARE AT A TIME. Brought to you by: DistanceLearning .com sources: population§ion=33&topic=23

Rise in Human Population

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World population is defined as the total number of living humans on Earth. The world population has experienced continuous growth since the end of the Great Famine and the Black Death in 1350. As of J...


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