As with many other things, the world’s population is moving inexorably toward a tipping point of unsustainability. By 2050, we will go from today’s population of 7.3 billion to 9.8 billion and most of that growth will take place in the world’s least developed countries. That will lead to more hunger, more poverty, even political instability. We hear some ideas on what to do about this impending problem.
Robert Walker speaks to at the Charlotte City Club Feb 11 at noon under the auspices of the World Affairs Council Charlotte. Info here.
Robert Walker - president of the Population Institute