According to the estimate of the United Nations, the world population on November 24 (November 15) 8 billion people and India will take the title of the world’s most populous country from China next year.
According to the United Nations report, the population growth in 2020 has reached less than 1% and it is the first time that we have seen such an issue since 1950.
The world population will exceed 10 billion people by 2080
According to the United Nations, the world population will reach 8.5 billion people by 2030, and in 2050, the earth will host 9.7 billion people. According to this organization, the population of the earth until 2080 will 10.4 billion people reaches and this amount will remain until the year 2100.
Apparently, more than half of the dramatic population growth by 2050 will be confined to a few countries: Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Tanzania.
The United Nations report titled “World Population Prospects 2022” declared the current world population to be more than 7.9 billion people and said that by mid-November, the world population will reach 8 billion people.
The United Nations announced that life expectancy in the world in 2019 was 72.8 years, which showed an increase of nearly 9 years compared to the 90s. Of course, it should also be mentioned that the life expectancy in less developed countries was nearly 7 years lower than the global average in 2021. In 2050, life expectancy in the world is expected to increase to 77.2 years.
Despite UN projections for the world’s population in the coming decades, as well as life expectancy, it is likely that the world will again face pandemics similar to Covid-19. In this case, the birth rate will probably decrease and the death rate will increase. Therefore, we can only be sure that the world population will reach 8 billion people in the coming days.