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Seth Braunstein Professor Isbell Human Overpopulation Causes, Effects and Solutions http://www.sevenwords.org/human-overpopulation-causes-effects-and-solutions/ This article by Josh Simonetta discusses the growing problem of overpopulation, how it came to be, and what can be done to (deal) with it. Simonetta examines the history of overpopulation and what caused it, in addition to looking at the effects it has around the globe, and solutions to combat this growing issue. Ever since the Industrial Revolution began in the 1800s the population has begun to rapidly grow. It reached 1 billion during the beginning of the 1800s and then by 1960 right before the Green Revolution, the world reached 3 billion. With the population continuously expanding and doubling, the world was concerned about increasing hunger and so agricultural advances in the form of the Green Revolution took place in expectation for the population explosion over the next 40 years. By the millennium in 2000 the population had doubled to 6 billion and is expected to grow to 9.2 billion by the
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