Essay On Human Population Growth

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Human Population Growth Rate In this paper I will talk about the effects that population growth rate can have on the human race. The population of the world has increased by a substantial number. It blossomed into a larger number. People might say that this is a good thing other people may disagree. From all perspectives I think that the growth rate today is just to much. The effect it has on the environment and the political world are just too much and too harmful. Population growth rate is an increase in the number of people that live in a country, state, county, or city in a specific time. To determine whether there has been population growth, the following formula is used: (birth rate + immigration)- (death rate+ emigration). Business and governmental bodies use…show more content…
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