The total population of the world exceeded 8 billion.
According to the report released by the United Nations, on Tuesday, November 15, the world’s population has reached 8 billion.
In the report, the world’s population reaching 8 billion has been declared as an important milestone in the path of human development.
The UN report says the world population is growing at its slowest rate since the 1950s, falling to less than one percent in 2020.
The report states that it took 12 years for the world population to grow from 7 billion to 8 billion, while it will take about 15 years for the population to reach 9 billion.
According to this calculation, the world’s population will reach 9 billion by 2037, which is a sign of slowing down in the rate of global population growth.
The latest United Nations estimates suggest that the world’s population may increase to 8.5 billion in 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050.
In the United Nations report, it is expected that the world population will exceed 10 billion by the end of this century.
During the 2080s, the population may reach about 10.4 billion people, which is likely to remain at the same level until 2100.
According to the World Population Prospects 2022, birth rates have declined significantly in many countries in recent decades. For this reason, 61 countries or territories are expected to experience a population decline of one percent or more between 2022 and 2050.
Eight countries will account for more than half of the projected increase in global population by 2050, including Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines and Tanzania.
According to the World Population Prospectus 2022, India will overtake China to become the most populous country in the world next year.
According to the United Nations report, the current population of China is more than 1 billion 42 million, while that of India is only slightly less than 1 billion 41 million.
The report further states that by 2050, India’s population will increase to more than 1.66 billion, while China’s population will decrease to 1.31 billion.
The report states that Pakistan is one of the eight countries where more than half of the world’s population will be concentrated by 2050. Pakistan has about three percent of the world’s total population and a woman gives birth to an average of 3.6 children.