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Population: How do We Deal With It In 21st Century

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Introduction to the topic of today population in the 21st century

First of all, the very size of the number is massive, enough to make anyone wonder if the doomsday predictions are correct. Today the world population has 5983 million people and rising at an exponential rate of 1.43% per year. This means that by the year 2010 there will be 902 million more people to feed, house, and clothes. That is 5983 million people multiply by 0.0141 = 83.76 million, an average increase of 1.64 million people a week, 228,000 a day, 9500 an hour. At this rate, so many people have been lost and also some being executed. Due to the so many wars that take place in the world, the population is going to be an effect. Unless something is done, the world's population is projected to be 8055 million people by 2026 and could triple to 14.4 billion by the next century. Population: How do we deal with it in the 21st century.

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LITERATURE REVIEW REVEALED BY RESEARCHERS

The downcast view led by some researchers, states that as a result of our population size, consumption structures, and technology choices, we have exceeded the planet's carrying capacity. "Our ability to sustain ourselves in a habitat for a long period. And that the growing pressure on the world food resources point to hungry times ahead as Third World population continues to explode." The world may be at its biological limit, and the only hope lies in family planning and a continued search for new ways to produce food and shelters".

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In contrast to exponential growth, linear growth generates a huge number in a very short period. Because of exponential growth, a population can reach a habitať's carrying capacity in a surprisingly short period. In conclusion, a world of growing anarchy, chaos, corruption, and diseases as hungry refugees rise across borders and voyage on rubber tubes in unfriendly seas in search of food as nations fight Over scarce resources.

Humanitarian tragedies such ass the one in Burundi are a crier of the new era of resource limits. But if these apocalyptic signs come true, it will not be simple, man has been too fruitful and has been multiplying too fast. Burundi was the most densely populated country in Africa before the current ciVil burst. Before the war, Burundi was about to acquire an overflowing harvest when the killing started.

Current scientific studies confirm that the Earth's basic resources are largely greater than what is needed to feed the 10.5 billion people who are almost certain to inhabit the Earth by the middle of this century.

The real danger is not that the Earth will run out of water, land, and topsoil, but that countries will fail to pursue the economic trade and research policies that can increase the production of food, limit environmental damage and ensure that resources reach the people who need them. Indeed, embracing the belief of environmental scarcity could ironically provoke governments to adopt policies that virtually guarantee that the apocalyptic future that environmentalist foretells does come genuine.

We are living in a remarkable time in human history. The Earth has never witnessed a period of such explosive growth in the human population. While the more-developed nations are encountering human fertility rates that are near their replacement level of fertility, many less-developed nations are experiencing human fertility rates that are two to three times greater than their replacement level of fertility. Given the limitations on the earth's ability to sustain the human population, many population experts are concerned that fertility rates are in less-developed nations will not decline far enough soon enough to prevent ecological and economic and consequences.

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DISCUSSION OF THE 21st-CENTURY POPULATION

So how do we handle the population in the 21st century? When we call for help, we normally expect the government to respond and to require or urge people to act in responsible behavior. Our calls for action reflect a belief that only the government has the financial resources and political authority in advance to develop, handle, and implement successful public policies to protect our interests. For our objective, we consider public policies to be those things that the government do or decide no to do. Since help generally comes from what government does, it is important therefore to understand how policymakers normally perceive population problems and make decisions about them. For policymakers, concerns about population growth are only one of many issues that earn attention. The amount of attention that can be devoted to a single issue is not only limited but also subject to pressure from individuals and groups agreeing to a wide category of competing goals. Hence, there are always opposite views about the best way to achieve a Solution or even how to approach the problem and solution to be taken instantly.

In conclusion, as a conceptualization of population issues and their integral relationship with economic and social factors the plan is successful in perceiving the population problems. Certainly, it would be hard to find a better measure of its success than the fact that, among developing countries today, there is a universal obligation to population policies and programs to execute them.

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Wow, what a nice article. I never expect we reach this kind of population in this world. But with this your article, I think everything is clear now

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Population in this 21st century is very complicated and tricky, because each and everything number of people are increasing, impact rapidly increases. Like you revealed in your article "we have exceed the earth carrying capacity". Precaution have to be considered to maintain the accurate capacity of the earth.

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