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Quality Education Still a Long Ways Off | 2050 = 9.6 Billion Human

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Still a long way to inclusive education - FoP President

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Lastly, I’d like to ask you about your future plans but put in face that

The “medium-fertility” projection for the year 2050 has been revised upward to 9.6 billion Human on Planet Earth.

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Earth’s human population reached 1 billion in 1804. The 3 billion milestone came in 1960. Not quite 40 years later, global population had doubled to 6 billion.

World population

World population (Photo credit: Arenamontanus)

October 12, 1999. On this date, the world’s human population was estimated to hit 6 billion, according to the United Nations. It took hundreds of thousands of years for Earth’s human population to reach 1 billion in 1804. The 3 billion milestone came in 1960. Not quite 40 years later, global population had doubled to 6 billion.

UNFPA, aka the United Nations Population Fund, marked this date as the Day of 6 Billion. For a really good overview of population issues, check out the fast facts from UNFPA’s Day of 6 Billion website.

Population experts did not agree on the exact date that world population reached the six billion milestone, but they came close. For example, the U.S. Census Bureau set the date just a few months earlier, on July 22, 1999. These numbers are estimates, after all.

Where does the human population estimate now stand? According to United Nations, global human population reached 7.2 billion in mid-2013.
We’re expected to reach the next milestone – 8 billion – in the spring of 2024, according to the most recent United Nations estimates.

Education for Children – The Drive for Quality

World population is defined as the total number of living humans on Earth. The world population has experienced continuous growth since the end of the Great Famine and the Black Death in 1350. As of June 2013, there are over 7 billion people sharing this planet. According to statistics provided by the United States Census Bureau, the world population exceeded 7 billion on October 31, 2011.

Rise in Human Population

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