This article throws light upon the twelve main consequences of population growth. The consequences are: 1. Investment 2. Overuse of Resources 3. Urbanisation 4. Per Capita Income 5.
What Are The Impacts Of Population Growth?
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Paul R. Ehrlich December 5, Leave a Comment. And note that the impacts of such events are almost always worse if the human population affected is large. Large numbers of people were living in exposed areas, often in fragile wooden shacks that were blown away by high winds or washed away by storm surges. Thousands of deaths could be attributed in part to the late Philippine Cardinal Jaime Sin, who waged a very successful war on women and campaigned relentlessly to increase the population of the already overcrowded islands. His successors carry on his malign work.
Population and “Natural” Disasters
In the last 50 years, the number of people on this planet has more than doubled. The population increased from 3 billion to 7 billion in a fairly short time, and this fact had immense effects on the world we live in. By current estimates, we will be a population of 10 billion by the year The angles from which you can approach this problem are almost endless.
Subscriber Account active since. This is a guest post by Gary Peters, a retired geography professor with a long time interest in population issues. Resource scarcities, especially oil, are likely to limit future economic growth; the demographic transition that has accompanied economic growth in the past may not be possible for many nations today. Nearly , people are added to the planet every day, further compounding most resource and environmental problems.