I’m super worried about overpopulation and the world getting too crowded.?

I’m super paranoid that there will not be enough room for everyone and there will be 9.7 billion people in 2050. Can someone please help?

7 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Not without some concern of course, overpopulation of any species or population can be and usually is detrimental.  But in this case, even though detrimental for many, many others are still thriving and doing well.  When it gets bad for everyone then perhaps we will see a solution.  

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

     There myriads of far worse issues ahead than that zxjqkbg

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    you are correct and yes resources are limited -- fresh water is the biggest 

    your worried is not helping and there are groups to join but the masses are never going to be held back 


    problem is the Groups like this often have alternative Marxist socialist fascist in them and you have to choose how to help without being part of a bigger problem 

    like one post here swing to blame the developed counties not the third world -- it always comes down to money/power more than anything 

    while worrying  for worry sake is not a helpful idea,, it does not mean you do not educate people  --- note this does not mean college 

    but religion will oppose you and Marxist looking to build armies of cannon  fodder will appose you  -- and nature will begin to kill off people.... in the world today other than the developed nations Dysentery is still one of the major killers of people --- the myth the rich nations can save the poor nations leads only to more births of unneeded people 

    do what you can but do not make it all you do 

  • 4 weeks ago

    Sure. Just keep spreading covid.

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  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    Crowded isn't the main problem, but we do consume more than nature can grow back. However, there's no point in whining about the third world. The problem is in the rich countries. The average Japanese or USAmerican consumes 300 times as much as the average Ethiopian. Australians might be even worse.

    and within countries, the richest consume far more than the rest

    Source(s): world overshoot-day, ecological footprint
  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Nature takes care of everything:  a nice pandemic every now and then to wipe out millions.........a war to get rid of a generation..........crop failures, tidal waves, volcanos, wildfires,  climate change:  all have their part in keeping life in check: people, animals, plants.  So when you go off to war, get caught in a fire or civil uprising or are starving, just remember that you are doing your part to save the Earth (although I can't say for whom).

  • Cogito
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    There's absolutely NO point worrying about such things.

    Just get on with your life and stop stressing about things over which you have no control.  Forget it.  

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