Population Growth And The Ethical Dilemma

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Population Growth and the Ethical Dilemma and What We Should Seek to Control It and Why We Should Do So Anonymous Author University of the People Unit 6 Written Assignment Introduction The 21st century is still very young and the world had already recorded extra billion people more than what was recorded in October 1999 whilst in the past, it took humankind until the 19th century to record its 1st billions. With this enormous upsurge in the world population, food and energy supplies future is already bleak than it was in the past decades, in this easy, I will summarize the world population growth and its ethical dilemma and what we should seek to control the problems. Population Growth and the Ethical Dilemma and What We Should Seek to Control It and Why We Should Do So First and foremost, I will clearly state that the problem the world is facing in regards population growth is due to the speedy growth of world population. In the past, Population growth has been squared by the enormous rates of death coupled with extraordinary birth rates, to be realistic; the latter was taking more important and as well considered the best way forward in maintaining enormous families that are necessary for economies to survive through agriculture. Nevertheless, with the dawn of modern medicine, virus and disease control combine with better nutrition, and to mention few, as things stand at this moment, the rate of birth has by far exceeded the rate of death. For the world

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