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  • Global overpopulation is a serious problem that shall not be taken lightly!

    Overpopulation is a crisis because more people creates more problems. The environment becomes more polluted as we overpopulate the planet. As we over populate the global economy is more likely to collapse. Each generation gets dumber and dumber which adds fuel to the fire. As the world gets more overpopulated, Crime rates skyrocket. As the world gets overpopulated we are doomed to repeat history again, Because us human beings do not learn from our previous mistakes.

  • Food, Energy, Space, Health care and Law enforcement.

    Once overpopulation starts to become the theme of the world issue it'll soon become a crisis, Where food and energy will be the gold. Also crime will skyrocket due to unemployment. Earth isn't a goddamn unlimited resources maker, So at some point even that too will deplete. Countries which will remain stable will shut down immigration, They will totally isolate themselves from the outside world to avoid any inner-conflict.

  • Overpopulation is a global crisis

    As populations increase, We clear more land for agriculture and housing and we use more materials. As we clear land, We kill the animals that inhibited it and possibly lead them to extinction. As we need more materials we clear out even more land. With a bigger population more people leave a carbon footprint and large amounts of waste leading to huge global issues like global warming and pollution

  • Not enough land mas to support the food chain

    If it weren't for CFL's there would not be enough land to support the cattle and pork production in the US. If it weren't for GMO's there wouldn't be enough consistent production of other products en masse. In 3 years Africa will not produce enough food to sustain it's own population. By 2030 the world will be in trouble. We are the cause of global warming and everything else. . . .

  • Over Population, A Global Crisis

    As a student, I already am living in an area that is overpopulated. On the way to school, I always pass by people who lives in Poverty, The waterways are very filthy. The Air is already contaminated with large amount of used fuels and Loud sound produced by people. Inside the school, Students need to squeeze their way in and out of the crowed to get to their designated rooms.

    Over population is our main problem because, People who lives in poverty lacks education because schools are already packed with students, That leads to the lack of education for them. With the lack of education, People can't have a proper job because they lack education, Making them unable to accommodate the need of their family. Because of the lack of Education and Proper Job, Those people rely on Thievery, Selling drugs, Begging on the street corner or Selling Bottles. Because of the lack of Education, Their reckless and Clueless way will lead to unprotected sex which results to Over population seeing as they lack education AND does not have a job to buy Protection or Contraceptives.

  • Humankind is limited.

    1. We are already destroying the natural world. Rain forests, Animals.
    2. We are destroying our environment. Plastic waste in the Mariana Trench is a measure of how far we have gone is such a short period of time.
    3. Food and water in shorter supply.
    4 Humans living longer and reproducing faster as global population increases.
    5. Global warming is the result of global population activity.
    6. Limit population growth NOW. It may already be too late.

  • Overpopulation doesn't have to be a problem, But it is.

    If we place rabbits into a rich and abundant habitat without placing wolves and foxes there, The rabbits will start to produce uncontrollably and will overgraze their habitat without giving it time to renew.

    There are several signs that the current level of population ("overpopulation") is a problem:

    (a) depletion of fresh water resources (especially of ground water),

    (b) pollution and climate change;

    (c) overuse of other valuable resources: minerals, Oils, Metals, Etc;

    (d) decrease in the quality of food due to having to modify food; a lot of people have allergies towards GMOs, For example, To soy, Corn, Peanut, Bread, Etc.

    (e) now commercial farming products are full of antibiotics because there are so many people to feed and every cow counts;

    (f) cruel treatment of those same animals in commercial farms (by commercial farms I mean the farms where animals don't walk, Don't eat the food they would normally eat and where their calves are taken from mother as soon as they are born, Where the blood can be present in milk, Etc, Etc); animal extinctions;
    (g) loss of plant life or in other words deforestation for the sake of feeding families - people.

    These are just some of the signs that the current number of humans brings disharmony to the common Home of ours.

    Smaller number of people are always easier to organize than huge nations. Not impossible, Just much harder. Therefore, It is theoretically possible to live in harmony with the environment having this number of people. However, Since that is not the case in 2019, The current number of people (more than 7 bln), Call it overpopulation or whatever you want, Is a problem.

  • Yes, But not for much longer

    Humans are no different to any other biological culture. We reproduce to consume all available resources, Then endure a population crash. Look at any chart of population numbers over the last few centuries. There is no trend, Only an anomaly. That anomaly is overdue for a correction. The only questions are when will it start, How long will it take, And how deep will it go.

  • Population leads to crisis

    Increasing population is hindering developement and growth, With decrease in number of natural resources leave many of basic needs incomplete, Providing burden on national revenue and economic conditions. Political crisis can also be seen as political gain is related to formulated policies for uneducated and poors instead of providing them with the resources or facilitating them as human resources.

  • The Declining Existence

    First came the white man and the indigenous people lost their lands and were push to the fringe of existence. Then arose the white man's children and numerous sub species have lost their habitat and are being push to the brink of extinction. Only a moron is unable to see what awaits use as we turn the earth's resources to garbage in order to further economic growth and prosperity.

  • Plenty of land: here are the numbers.

    The United Kingdom alone has a population density of 661.9 per sq. Mile. If you took the entire population of the Earth and put them on North America, the population density would only be approximately 743 per sq. Mile, which is smaller than the population density of Hong Kong.

    I think I have said enough.

  • I disagree, over breeding is not a global issue yet, because United States has plenty of untapped resources.

    Last time I looked the entire world could live comfortably within the borders of the State of Texas, and America provides 30% of the worlds food while only using 10% of it's available land for farming. So if we can house the whole world in Texas and feed it solely with the land in Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska, I don't think too many people are the problem. I think too many under educated, untrained people who are allowed to vote are the problem.

    Posted by: EIvMd0gg
  • Overpopulation is not a global crisis since overpopulation is a myth.

    The belief that the world is overpopulated is a simple myth. There are many areas of the world that have little or no human habitation. The entire population of the world could be fit in a space significantly smaller than the United States of America. Even when you add the extra space required for growing food and other resources there is still plenty of global land mass that would stand fallow.

    Posted by: ElwBoardin
  • No, there's plenty of land for all...

    Not at all. There have been plenty of studies that have proven we are not even close to global overpopulation. The amount of untapped resources is enough to sustain life for hundreds of years, barring any major catastrophic events. With the advancements of science and technology we will discover new ways to live and prosper, to ensure we have the resources and land we need for the future.

  • No, because I believe that the Earth is very capable of handling the human population.

    The Earth is a powerful organism that has great controls over all of nature. We are part of nature, and I believe that if we ever get to the point where the Earth cannot handle our population, then it will operate in a means necessary to get rid of some or all of us. We can see this in how quickly and easily the Earth is able to kill off many thousands of people by natural disaster in mere minutes.

    Posted by: MariaR
  • It's a fact that...

    Overpopulation is impossible. We die. We reproduce to our needs and environment. As a popluation gain better health and education, in turn this provides work and wealth. Not only does this consume time and effort but it negates the 'need' to have children. The average family now has 2.2 children which is barely enough to keep the population stable as, again I reiterate, we, as a species, die. If we somehow live for eternity then I would say there would be a problem. But we don't so there isn't.
    Those who say "Yes" to this answer are highly uneducated. This worries me and should worry you, too.

  • Overcrowdedness is the issue

    If we were all to "spread out" this wouldn't be such an issue...Come on, the US alone uses 30% of the world's natural resources so its no surprise that China or India along with many other countries are suffering... We could all cut back and perhaps reuse, recycle and restore. We need to be a more sharing society and than overpopulation wouldn't be such a major hot topic.

  • Issue is distribution of resources, not overpopulation

    The earth does have its issues, due mainly to the lack of responsible use and protection of it by humans. The issue is not therefore of too many human beings, but the irresponsible use and distribution of the abundant available resources. How do we fix that? That's a moral and spiritual question. I believe if we submit to the Intelligent Designer/Creator, we would be more than blessed to welcome new beautiful humans on the earth.

  • Population decline

    On a macroscopic level world population growth has been in a steady decline for the past 50 years. On a local level, growth is basically an urban phenomenon with 67% of countries on the African continent accounting for a vast majority of the growth on a national level. The affulent countries of Europe and elsewhere are actually facing a population crisis as a result of low birth rates with all of the attendant social issues that threaten the social order. Overpopulation has been one of those enduring topics, that in spite of the evidence, tends to linger in the imagination...

  • Overpopulation means destruction of the earth.

    Population is growing means more requirements of land for agriculture and for homes,already we have destructed 65% of forest,and whatever has been left ,it will be also finished due to large population, and if forest disappear means pollution ,which results in global warming .Which simply means "life will not possible on earth."
    by - rupak sahi


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