However, there are claims that the problem is caused by the nature of consumption instead of the growing number of people.
Based on the information presented, it can be seen that the current growth of the human population is unsustainable in the long run due to the finite resources on the planet.
It does not mean that taking out all your food from home and giving it to refugees will help to overcome the skewed distribution of resources.
There are several factors that contribute to this process; for instance, one can speak about the improvement of healthcare, increasing life expectancy, and the growing availability of food in various developing countries.
Mazur notes that the environmental crisis currently presents in our world is because of unsustainable systems of production and consumption, and women are on the front lines of the crisis.
In support of the motion that the global population is too large and that the United States and other industrialized countries should support active measures to control population growth in the developing world, it is [...]
The primary objective is to highlight the deplorable consequences of overpopulation and thereby persuade people not to overpopulate. In the past, poor people gave birth to a lot of children to make up for high [...]
Advances in industry and production provide clothes and items for the growing population to use, thus creating and maintaining a higher standard of living.
Australia is one of the countries experiencing rapid population growth that tends to be a threat to the economy. The commonwealth seemed to have released their estimation of the 2020 population including that of Australia [...]
The issue of the living standards increases, in its turn, revolved around the rise in the number of immigrants in China that was due to the numerous job offerings.
"The Urban Climacteric", the first chapter of "The Planet of Slums," explores the population explosion in urban centers as a result of the migration of the global population towards urban centers.
However, if the death rate is minimal, meaning that the life expectancy of a particular population is high then, the population will increase. The first way of slowing population growth is by controlling the rate [...]
The implication is that Malthus did not mean to claim that the humankind was doomed to a speedy apocalypse at the time of his writing; rather, he was saying that the resources available to people [...]
Nevertheless, most of the population trends that have transpired in the course of history have caught the world by surprise. One of the factors that have facilitated the fast population growth is the reversal in [...]
However, "while the proportion of people living in small cities is expected to decline, the million-plus cities accounting for about 40% of the total urban population in 2011 is expected to increase to 47% percent [...]
Survival for the fittest hypothesis: If the population is not controlled, the natural selection aspect will work efficiently to ensure that the best species of the human race survive.
This was a huge increase, especially in the light of the fact that the replenishment of natural resources consumed by the population takes ages, not to mention the fact that some resources, such as crude [...]
The population crisis in China has become a global issue, owing to the numerous contributions that the country makes towards the activities of the international community.
These advancements have increased the number of people in the world. This development has "increased the number of people in the world".
The country's rapidly growing economy and its demographics are a proof that China will be in the global spotlight for years.
From a perspective of political economy, control of the population is a matter that is in the sphere of women, and thus they deserve to have right to their sexuality and reproduction.
In the UN 1994 strategy, the role of women in developing nations was to be changed. If the current rate of population growth in developing nations continues uninterrupted, the food produced will not be enough [...]
This is in regard to the composition of the population of this country. The first among them is a decline in the rate of growth of the population.
Pakistan is expected to have more population than Brazil by the year 2025 based on the trends in its population and fertility in the past.
This paper investigates the population problem in Pakistan by suggesting the possible reasons for the current population trends, the effects they have on the country, possible solutions to the prevailing population problems and future predictions [...]
Since religious controversies often stand in the way of adopting birth-controlling strategies, which results in a number of people living beyond the poverty line, a reasonable compromise between the state policy on birth control and [...]
The paper will look into the origin of the one child policy in china, its enforcement, reaction of the Chinese people towards the policy, effects that the policy has had in china as well as [...]
This paper investigates the causes of high population growth, determines the consequences of high population growth, suggests policy approaches that can be used to contain high population growth and examines the effectiveness of policies employed [...]
Interestingly, the increase in population in the two decades within a 1961-1981period is more or less equal to the increase in the subsequent three decades between 1981-'82 and 2010.
With this in mind, this paper shall set out to evaluate the impacts of overpopulation to the political, cultural, anthropological and economical perspectives to various economies and societies.
Engineering controls are practices and methods put in place in order to reduce the amount of noise released to the people working or living in a specific environment.