lit review - Running head LITERATURE REVIEW 1 Literature Review Population Growth in the U.S Taylor Moncivais The University of Texas at San Antonio IDS

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Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW 1 Literature Review: Population Growth in the U.S. Taylor Moncivais The University of Texas at San Antonio IDS 2113.002
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LITERATURE REVIEW 2 Literature Review: Population Growth in the U.S. As of 2018, the United States population is 372.8 million people and this number will only continue to grow. Unfortunately, with the current growth rate of our population, our planet’s resources have a slim chance of catching up. Dawson and Johnson (2017) argue the possible negative effects that population growth will possibly leave, such as climate change and resource depletion. Mohareb, Heller, and Guthrie (2018) propose that urban areas, which are traditionally more populated, play a role in an unequal amount of global greenhouse gas emissions. Adding to greenhouse gas exposure, Scovronick et. al (2017) argue that the more our population grows, the more at risk we are for greenhouse gas emissions which leaves us more defenseless to issues concerning our climate. O’Neill et. al (2015) examine fertility rates and various scenarios that
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