Populating A New World Order: 2050's Population Landscape


by SavvyRoo on Aug 7, 2015 | Views: 131 | Score: 0
% change in regional population from 2015-2050
Africa108.9
Oceania43.9
Latin America & The Carribean23.6
North America21
Asia19.9
Europe-4.3
Sources: economist.com
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SavvyRoo
SavvyRoo on Aug 7, 2015 8:23 PM said:

By the year 2050, the world will have undergone a shift to a new world order, according to forecasts from the United Nations. With a population nearing 10 billion people, the global population will be experiencing a major change in global demographics. By that time, the population of Africa will have more than doubled, while Europe will have shrunk to a more modest size.