Six countries are projected to account for more than half of the world’s population growth through 2100: 🇳🇬 Nigeria 🇨🇩 Dem. Rep. Congo 🇹🇿 Tanzania 🇪🇹 Ethiopia 🇦🇴 Angola 🇵🇰 Pakistan
Between 2020 and 2100, Africa’s population is expected to increase from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion.
Africa is projected to overtake Asia in births by 2060, and will account for half of all babies being born in the world by the year 2100
Half of the babies born worldwide are expected to be born in Africa by 2100, up from three-in-ten today.
NEW: Africa is projected to be the fastest growing region of the world through the end of this century, according to the latest population projections from .
Africa is the only world region projected to have strong population growth for the rest of this century. Between 2020 and 2100, Africa’s population is expected to increase from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion
Too often when we wonder at Europe’s centrality to global politics 1800-1950 we forget that in that period global population distribution was radically different than today. Pop of Western powers was not insignificant in relative terms, as it it is today.
Between 2020 and 2100, Africa’s population is expected to increase from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion. Africa is the only world region projected to have strong population growth for the rest of this century, according to our analysis of data.
Africa is projected to overtake Asia in births by 2060. Half of babies born worldwide are expected to be born in Africa by 2100, up from three-in-ten today.
Between 1950s and today the number of live births per woman on the planet has plunged from 5 to 2.5 and median age of global population has incresed from 24 to 31.
Europe and Latin America are both expected to have declining populations by 2100.
For the first time in modern history, the world’s population is expected to virtually stop growing by the end of this century, due in large part to falling global fertility rates.
The world’s population is projected to nearly stop growing by the end of the century
World population expected to virtually stop growing by the end of the century, a first in modern history. Due largely to falling fertility rates. #UNPopulation #immigration #demography
Single biggest datum for European thinking about its medium-term & longer-term future should surely be that btw 2020 and 2100, its neighbor, the Africa continent, will likely see its population increase from 1.3 bn to 4.3 bn. This mediates everything else.
The world’s population is projected to nearly stop growing by the end of the century
Between 2020 and 2100, Africa’s population is expected to increase from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion.
Latin America and the Caribbean had one of the world's youngest populations in 1950; by 2100, it is expected to have the world's oldest
The global fertility rate is expected to be 1.9 births per woman by 2100, down from 2.5 today
Six countries are projected to account for more than half of the world’s population growth through the end of this century. Five are in Africa. #populationgrowth
The global fertility rate is expected to be 1.9 births per woman by 2100, down from 2.5 today
For the first time in modern history, the world’s population is expected to virtually stop growing by the end of this century.
The global fertility rate is expected to be 1.9 births per woman by 2100, down from 2.5 today
UN releases 2019 demographic forecasts - most 21st century population growth to come from Africa and South Asia #MaritimeSilkRoad #IndianOcean #Africa #IORA #demographics #ageing
World’s population is projected to nearly stop growing by the end of the century via Projections indicate slower growth than previously expected. I expect these numbers to be revised down again in the future.
NEW world population projections suggest that by 2100, Latin America and the Caribbean will be the oldest region of the world, a sharp contrast from being among the youngest in the 1950s.
Africa's population is expected to more than triple in size from 1.3 billion in 2020 to 4.3 billion in 2100
"For the first time in modern history, the world’s population is expected to virtually stop growing by the end of this century, due in large part to falling global fertility rates." That will just leave us with, uh, 10.9 billion people.
By 2100, 5 of 10 most populous countries will be in Africa, according to There is only one now #Nigeria #fertility #population
Unfortunate utterances like this fuel the misguided over-population mania. 1) the world population’s growing slower than previously thought: via 2) In Tanzania, recent massive gains in girls schooling will mean lower fertility rates.
#India to pass #China as most populous country by 2027; Europe & Latin America expected to have declining populations by 2100 = new report notes global human population to peak at 10.9 billion based on current fertility + death rates #ENVS1000
World #population will almost stop growing by end of century, according to analysis, due to fall in #fertility rates
World population growth is expected to nearly stop by 2100 | Pew Research Center