United Nations The world’s population is expected to reach eight billion on November 15, the United Nations said in a report on Monday, adding that India will overtake China as the most populous country on Earth in 2023. This overall population milestone is “a reminder of our shared responsibility to care for our planet and to reflect on a moment where we still fall short of our commitments to one another,” Secretary General Antonio Guterres said. Said without citing specifications.
“It is an opportunity to celebrate our diversity, recognize our common humanity, and marvel at the advances in health that have extended lifespans and dramatically reduced maternal and child mortality,” he said.
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs forecast that the world’sSince 1950.
It should reach 8.5 billion in 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050, reaching about 10.4 billion people in the 2080s before stabilizing at that level by 2100.
The report said that while many developing countries have seen a net decline in birth rates, more than half of the world’s population growth in the coming decades will be concentrated in eight countries.
It said they are the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines and Tanzania.