The Population Crisis Is Rapidly Brewing As The World’s Population Surpasses 8 Billion

On November 15th, 2022, the world’s population will surpass 8 billion, according to the United Nations ( UN ). In the ensuing decades, this number will still increase, but at a slower rate. The report noted the world’s population is projected to reach 8.5 billion in 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050, before peaking at about 10.4 billion in the 2080s and continuing to grow until 2100. The aging of the world’s population will also be accelerated by growing life spans and declining birth rates. Countries with increasing elderly and declining youth will be under tremendous financial pressure. Among the 75 million increased population in 2021. It is noticeable that China, with 1.4billion population, contributed just 480,000, while the United States, with a population of 300 million, contributed 410,000. India increased by 9.52 million, Nigeria by 5.06 million, Pakistan by 4.25 million, Ethiopia by 3.09 million, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo by 3.05 million. On the other hand, Japan saw a decline of 620,000 people, and South Korea saw a decline of 110,000 people. These two major East Asian nations are experiencing population decline. It is anticipated that by the end of the following year, China will also experience a decrease in population growth. In addition, the birth rate in Australia fell off a cliff by 71 percent between October and December 2021 compared to the past decade. Victoria, with a population of 6.5 million, had only 21 births in December, an incredible average of less than one per day. From the above data, it is clear that all developed countries, especially in the East Asian cultural sphere, are experiencing a decline in births, while African and South Asia populations are increasing exponentially. The American and European populations, which have led the progress of human civilization, account for a decreasing share of the global population, while the populations of Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America are increasing. Observers predict that the development process of society as a whole will become slower and may even regress. This situation is very worrying.

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