Canadian and World Issues: World Population Change


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Canadian and World Issues: World Population Change
Paper one: the world is aging – and the balance of demographic power is shifting
This brief paper is an overview of world population change. The initial area under our exploration is the current world population totals and projections extending out to 2050. To get things started, we find that the current (2009) global population is 6.8 billion; it is projected that the global population will hit 7 billion by late 2011 and the population growth will be overwhelmingly concentrated in the poor parts of the world (Population Reference Bureau, 3). It appears as though the global population will level off at around 9 billion by 2050 and that the developing world will acquire a greater and...
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