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Student’s Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Introduction The world population has been a major concern today since most problems that confront the world today such as severe poverty, climate change, political instability and global economy relate critically in some way to the world population. The world population is still experiencing a rapid population growth, and this has also been a major world concern which has been a subject of discussion is various international forums. For instance, on 7th April 2014, the member states of the UN kicked off an assessment of the actions undertaken over the last 20 years at United Nations Headquarters. The assessment aimed at addressing population issues such as migration, urbanization, mortality-fertility and changes in aging. The forum acknowledged that the world population since 1994 has grown from approximately 5.7 to 7.2 billion people in 2014 ("UN News - Challenges Facing World Population Take Centre Stage at Annual UN Forum" N.p). The UN projections indicate that the global population might reach 9.6 billion people in 2050, recording the most of the increase concentrated in underdeveloped countries. The world population is, therefore, a challenge that needs to be addressed. Due to unsustainable growth in population, the world resources become scarcer. The food is running in short supply, and the scarcity of water is a growing concern since in certain parts of the globe today, major rivers no longer reach the ocean. It is likely that climate change could lead the situation of water even critical. In certain parts of the globe, the underground water aquifers are getting depleted rapidly and lakes going dry. It implies

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