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THE GROWTH OF WORLD POPULATION AND ITSNEGATIVE IMPACTSINTRODUCTION+ SUMMERIZEThe National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and medication statesthe priority regarding the increase in range of population all told overthe globe that causes the issues not just for humans however conjointlyfor the globe economy. As today, the expansion rate inclines at a reallyquick pace in several nations. But this article discusses the negative aswell as positive impacts of rapid increment in population. Howevernegative points are more.The globe population doubled in regardingone, 700 years from the time of Christ till the center of the seventeenthcentury, and this rate continues to be increasing. The rates of incrementdon't seem to be a similar in all areas of the globe. Among theindustrialized countries, Japan and most of the countries of Europe areaunit currently growing comparatively slowly—doubling theirpopulations in fifty to a hundred years. The pre-industrial, low-income,and less-developed areas of the globe, with 2 thirds of the world’spopulation—including Asia, continent area unit growing at rates startingfrom moderate tovery fast. In less developed nations the birth rate ishigher due to numerous reasons. Hence, a short-run increase in percapita financial gain could also be attainable in many less-developedareas even the fertility rate is not reduced. Within the longer run,economic progress can eventually be stopped and reversed unless thebirth rate declines or the death rate will increase. So this text discussesthe most problems because of increases in birth rates as compared todeath rates.

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