What the world needs to know about population explosion

The world’s population is projected to explode by over 5 billion people in 2050, making it the biggest increase in human history, according to a new report from the World Bank.

The number of people living in developing countries will almost double from 5.4 billion today to 10.7 billion by the end of the century, and in the United States, by 2070 there will be more people living there than in Europe and Japan combined.

According to the report, the number of global population is expected to reach 7.3 billion by 2050.

It predicts that as many as 4 billion more people will be living in countries such as China, India, Pakistan, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, and Vietnam, and as many 3 billion will be in sub-Saharan Africa, which accounts for more than half of the world’s human population.

While the world population is increasing, its population is also being slowed.

For instance, the world is projected by the report to have only around 7 billion people by 2050, down from about 11.5 billion today.

The world is also forecast to experience a population decline of 0.5 percent, the report says, down roughly in half from the 2.2 percent population decline in 2050.

The report also projects that the world will experience a decline of 6.2 million babies by 2050 — a decline that is projected for the rest of the period.

The population of the developing world will increase by around 9 million people, a projected 2.6 million babies per year.

While there will still be a big chunk of the planet left in the shadow of the Earth, it is expected that the population will gradually stabilize, according the report.

The average number of births per person is expected in 2050 to reach 5.3, down 0.2 from today.

That would be an increase of 6 million births per year, the study says.

By 2050, the population of China is expected at about 9.6 billion people, down by about 1.8 million from today’s number of 6 billion.

In India, China and India will all see their populations increase by more than 6 million each.

In developing countries, there are expected to be a number of population losses that will slow the growth of the global population.

While there will probably be more deaths from infectious diseases and less births, there is also a chance that there will continue to be less births.

In 2020, for instance, there will not be any deaths due to HIV/AIDS and there will likely be more births.

There is also some chance that the number and type of births will continue increasing.

The report says that countries that have experienced population declines in recent decades will continue seeing population increases.

However, there also are other countries that are predicted to experience rapid population growth, particularly in the developing countries.

For example, the U.S. and Canada are projected to see their population increase by 1.6 and 1.4 million people respectively.

The United States and China are also expected to experience massive population growth rates in 2050 and 2030, with China’s projected population increase from 4.3 to 9.8 billion.

India and Brazil are projected by World Bank to both have population increases of more than 5 percent each.

Meanwhile, the countries that experienced population growth during the last decade are expected by World Population Prospects to see population declines during the next five years.

For the United Kingdom, which experienced a population growth rate of 0,4 percent in the past decade, the decline in population is predicted to be nearly 2 percent in 2050 compared to 2.8 percent in 2020.

The U.K. is also expected by the World Population Fund to experience the largest decrease in population of any country, with the country projected to have less than 1.5 million people in 2030 compared to the 1.7 million population in 2020 and a population decrease of 1.3 million in 2030.

China, India and Pakistan are also projected to experience population declines, with Pakistan losing about 1 million people per year in 2030, while India is expected by UNDP to lose an estimated 1.9 million people over the same period.

However the United Nations predicts that the loss of people from both countries is expected over the next two decades to be offset by the gain of refugees.

The number of refugees is expected for the United Nation to increase by 10 million people between now and 2070.

The total number of displaced people will increase from 1.2 billion today and 1 billion in 2030 to 2 billion today, with around 2.5 to 3.4 millions of refugees expected in 2030 and around 3 million refugees in 2030 in countries with stable populations.

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