But in many countries other than in Europe, you do not find this ratio because of excess deforestation. The number of threatened species persists to multiply worldwide whereas some have completely gone extinct. Such a labor force, a non-repeatable historical phenomenon resulting from a rapid demographic transition, was fortuitously present as the Chinese economy was about to take off. This results in a high level of crime because the people will need to steal things in order to survive. China This was the period in which China reached its peak and the fertility increased from 3.
Drinking water, sewage treatment, inadequate rainfall, rapid depletion of natural resources, extinction of many plant and animal species due to deforestation and loss of eco-systems, increased level of life-threatening air and water pollution, high infant and child mortality rate and hunger due to extreme poverty are some of the results of over-population. Although these resources are available in major cities but in rural areas, which makes up for about 71% of population, there is a great lack of these assets Overpopulation. The citizens would be offered special benefits if they agreed to have only one child. Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website! From 1950 to 1978, no action to reduce overpopulation was taken by the government China Education. Hence , it is believed that , overpopulation is not always a curse. This may increase the economics scale as cited in What are the advantages of overpopulation? In a little more than a decade, however, it will for the first time in its long history give up this title, to India.
In 2010 over half of the world's total population 3. Lastly, people of rural communities, who depend on having larger families to help with the farms, have succeeded in finding ways around the birth-quota system Hilali 13. Today, that rate has lowered to 7. Local officials were mainly held responsible for making sure that population growth totals did not exceed target goals. This literature review discusses the impacts of overpopulation on the environment in China through four main studies. In addition to eastern China, Deciduous Forests can also be found in eastern North America, western Europe, Japan, and New Zealand.
Dialog about the subject needs to be more open, with sites like offering useful resources that allow the issue to be confronted rationally. But the relative size of these three Chinese population groups of 160 million will soon change. By 2008, due to the combined effects of fertility decline and educational reforms, the number of primary schools nationwide had fallen to about 300,000. This regularly contributes to environmental deterioration, worsening in the quality of life, or even the disintegration of the population. However , this is not the case for countries facing under population. Between 2013 and 2050, China will not fare demographically much better than Japan or Taiwan, and will fare much worse than the United States and France.
The number of workers aged 20 to 29 will stay about the same for the next few years, but a precipitous drop will begin in the middle of the coming decade. Although China's population growth has slowed considerably, its ecological footprint is increasing faster than ever before due to the country's rising affluence level. During China's food shortage between 1958 and 1961, an excess of approximately 20 million people died. Of course humanity could all shift to vegan diets, forgo national parks and crowd in a few more billion people, hoping that new levels of efficiency will allow us to survive. In an attempt to save the people from the starvation, the government will most likely have to rely on foreign debt. Advanced medicine 6,7 In 1900, the average life expectancy was a mere 48 years. Eventually, it gives rise to lower life expectancy.
Some feel that more children are needed to look after them in their old age. Analyzing these statistics, we can make some interesting conclusions. It is also due in part to a continued tendency in China and elsewhere to believe that overpopulation is the root cause of all problems. These forces combined have created a population that is rapidly aging and rapidly urbanizing. These consequences engender other concerns such as the lack of food, the decrease in water resources and the desertification of land 13. Israel has a remarkable program of conservation and its powerful Nature and Parks Authority set aside 25% of the country for reserves. Differentiate the pros and cons of mandatory birth control and sterilization tactics.
Some people have the opinion that overpopulation could bringing positive impacts over society in China. Moreover , it will push people to be crowded in one area like rural area or city area. Overpopulation refers to the human population, the environment and the deepening concern that Earth doesn't have enough resources to support the growing global community. This is particularly true in countries that have high population densities, such as China, Bahrain, and Bangladesh. Although China has the third-largest reserves in the world, it is reaching around the world for more.
An abundance of individuals living in a single location also leads to overtaxed schools, medical facilities, public transportation systems and housing facilities. That's because in 1949 there were one million people living in Israel. It is predicted that by 2025 there would be four males for every one female. The Chinese government has also had to deal with political and social upheaval as a result of its strict policies. This kind of stance only leaves historians to criticize the Chinese government and they blame the country itself for the problems it is facing today.
Almost without exception, they live in developing regions, where most of the planet's population growth continues apace. The changes may also affect international peace and security. It will also have profound consequences for labor productivity, since the youngest workers are the most recently educated and the most innovative. So either too much of it or too less of it is detrimental to the country and its well-being. This includes the Indian Government which has struggled to enact reforms over the past 69 years since independence. Overpopulation can also reduce the standard living of the people Makama , 2011.