The World Population Data Sheet Reported

2897 Words12 Pages
All residents of a specific area, city, or country comprise the total population. In my imagination, the word “population” means all people from all over the world. As everyone knows, people are born, grow, live, multiply, and make history, since the first living things appeared on the earth. Every two years, the United Nations makes an assessment of past, present and future populations in all countries and publishes their discoveries and predictions. Therefore, with this evaluation, they can report on the number of people, and, based on this, they can conclude a hypothesis of what is likely to happen with all us in the future. The World Population Data Sheet reported that in 2014, there were 7,238,184,000 people on the earth. As implied by “Global Population Growth,” 7.2 billion can reach 11 billion or more than this in 2100 (49). The United Nations News Center reported that every year, the population rises by 143,341,000 people. However, the relationship between population and surroundings is complicated. Scientists are concerned when they estimate consumption of natural resources, the demand of the population, and the limits of the earth’s ability to support 4 billion people more (“Global Population Growth” 49). Indeed, communities’ effect on the environment takes place in two greater parts, as reported by the “Unit 5: Human Population Dynamics Section 5: Population Growth and the Environment.” The first is that people consume more and more natural resources
Get Access