Human Population Growth: The Pros And Cons Of Human Population Growth

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Human Population Growth
The world population growth is defined very simply as the number, or estimated number, of total births in a year, and minus the number of total deaths. The difference between these two numbers tells us how many people are being added to the world population each year. About 360,000 humans born per days, and 151,000 people died per day. This is showing that the number of birth rate is twice higher than the numbers of death. This rates deemed too quick for us to be capable of controlling. On average, every 13 years our world’s population would reach another billion, getting us to 7 billion in 2015. With this rapid growth of population come many challenges that people have to face with the environment such as overcrowding,
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A positive growth rate is essential for creating a strong base of high-income workers. "For every new mouth that joins the economy there also comes a pair of hands (Population and economic growth: Population and economic growth)." This means that with population growth comes progress and development since with more people they can become more specialized and efficient in doing their work. Also, an experiencing high population growth is often able to produce more and may become a world power than low population. Because more bright minds are being born, technology will advance at a faster …show more content…
We might not be able to control sexual intercourse or maybe one kid but we need to make a limit from one to three it would even decrease stress on parents. The cons of this issue is that over population makes it difficult to govern the citizens. Minerals will end faster, and even the forests would be cleared to make a place to live. It makes it difficult to get everyone educated, to be aware. This ultimately leads to degrading of the economy. It also leads to difficulty in living, as more crimes will be committed as there won 't be enough jobs, and poor sanitation and not enough foods supply there when too many people on

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