The world population has grown unprecedentedly since the middle of the 20th century. For example, adult life expectancy has increased in developed countries. More so, the number of people reaching the age of 100 has never been so high as it is today.

Some will marvel at advancements in healthcare, including extended life expectancy, lower maternal and child mortality, and vaccine development. Others will cite technological innovations that have made life easier. There is, however, a glaring inequality that prevents progress from being universal.

Additionally, the issue of population is causing a strain on society. Generally, economic development, employment, income distribution, poverty, and social protections have been adversely affected. Furthermore, they affect efforts to ensure universal access to health care, education, housing, sanitation, water, food, and energy. Moving the global economy towards greater sustainability will require a progressive decoupling of the population growth.

It has been a tradition since 1990 for World Population Day to be observed on the 11th of July every year. In this way, it brings to the public’s attention the issue of the growing global population. And with world resources depleting at an unsustainable rate, overpopulation is a crisis.

When we speak of overpopulation, we refer to a situation in which the Earth cannot recoup the resources used by the world’s population every year. Consequently, this and overconsumption are at the root of everything from climatic change to social unrest.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on World Population Day – how population determines the economy of a nation on the Real Research app from July 17, 2022. After that, you will receive 12 TNC as a reward.

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Survey on World Population Day – How Population Determines the Economy of a Nation

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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – More Than 76% Say the World Appears To Be Overpopulated.