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World Population Limit, what should it be?

Do we know?

Human population decreasing, mitigating climate problems and also allowing other species to survive. Image by author.

The world human population was estimated to be 7,713,468,000 in 2019, with Africa having 1.3Billion, Asia 4.6B, Europe 747Million, Latin America and the Caribbean 648M, Northern America 366M and Oceania 42M (United Nations, 2021). Some estimates put the world population expected increase to be 2.5billion people by 2050. Is there a limit to human population growth and the…




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Peter Miles

Peter Miles

45 years in Environmental Science, B.Env.Sc. in Wildlife & Conservation Biology. Writes on Animals, Plants, Soil & Climate Change.

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