World Population: India Will Beat China, The World’s Population Will Cross 800 Crores In Two Days: In two days, the world’s population will reach 800 crores. By 2050, the world’s population will be concentrated in just 8 countries including India.
In two days, the world’s population will reach 800 crores. The United Nations has announced that by 2050, the world’s population will be concentrated in just 8 countries, including India. The UN has suggested that even if the rate of population growth slows down, the burden on the earth will remain negligible.
In the next two days the world population is going to cross 800 crores. With this, the world population is going to reach another milestone. . By November 15, the human population on earth will cross 800 crores, which is not an ordinary thing. The United Nations, which released the report on the world population, revealed several key issues. The report comprehensively describes the pros and cons of population explosion. While this is the time when a man should be proud of the progress he has made, the UN has made it clear that everyone is responsible for saving the planet.
Moreover, by 2023, India is going to become the number one country with a large population, surpassing China. By 2030, the world’s population will reach 850 crores, 970 crores by 2050, and 1,400 crores by 2080. After that, for another twenty years i.e. till 2100, the human population is going to remain stable at 1,40 crores. A United Nations report revealed sensational things that half of the population that will increase by 2050 will be from India, Pakistan, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Philippines, and Tanzania.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made key comments on population statistics. He commented that due to the development achieved by humanity in the field of medicine, human life has increased and infant mortality has decreased significantly. The United Nations appealed to humanity to be very responsible because of the population explosion that will put a heavy burden on the earth. It is clear that the time has come to take action for environmental protection.
The UN World Population Prospects 2022, released on the occasion of World Population Day, made this estimate. For the first time since 1950, world population growth will drop below one percent in 2020, the United Nations has revealed. More than half of the projected population growth by 2050 will be concentrated in just eight countries, the report said. The majority of sub-Saharan African countries, as well as parts of Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean, have reported demographic diversity due to recent fertility declines.
The United Nations report revealed that the world population growth rate is decreasing compared to the past. Although the population growth rate is now the slowest since 1950, the United Nations estimates that it will reach 1040 million by the 2080s. However, some demographers say it could happen sooner.
China’s population growth rate has fallen to an all-time low. At the same time, the world’s most advanced economies are already seeing a population decline. Fertility rates in those countries dropped to an average of 2.1 per woman. According to the report, 61 countries will have a population decline of at least 1 percent by 2050.
China is also among the countries with the lowest fertility rate.
China also has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world. Every woman in China gives birth to an average of 1.15 children. China has announced that its population will begin to decline next year. China’s population is shrinking faster than expected despite the country’s abolition of the ‘one-child’ policy and the introduction of incentives for couples having two or more children.
At the same time, India’s population is growing rapidly. But fertility rates are falling in most countries with growing populations. The development in the fields of science and medicine is also a reason for the increase in population. As a result of this, the infant mortality rate has decreased, and more children are surviving into adulthood and many into old age. If this trend continues, the global average life expectancy will be 77.2 years by 2050.
According to a United Nations report, the number of people aged 65 or older will increase from 10 percent in 2022 to 16 percent by 2050. This increase is also not uniform in all countries.