What’s Next for Our Increasingly Overpopulated World?

October 7, 2013 | By

At seven billion people and counting, the population of the globe is increasing with no signs of slowing down in the near future. With an increase of a billion people over only the past fifteen years and a four and a half billion increase over the last forty-five years, it is reasonable to expect some ten billion people in the world by 2050.

What can the World expect with a population of that size?  Norwich University’s Online Masters in Diplomacy Program explores this and more in their infographic below.

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