What would be the problem if the world population became 1trillion?

Currently the world's population is 7.8 billion This is currently a global problem. 

In 2007, the United Nations Population Division estimated that the world's population would exceed 10 billion by 2055.

But is it possible that the world's population, which has grown rapidly, could reach 1 trillion? 

It is also difficult to estimate how serious the consequences for the world could be if this happened.

According to the 2011 census, India ranks second in the world. India has 17.7% of the world's population. 

In countries like India, population has become a major problem.

In terms of population, China is ahead of India, but India's population is seen to be fundamentally affected. 

One wonders what the problem might be if the world's population reaches 1 trillion and how likely it is. 

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1.The problem of living 

If there is such a large population, it is understandable that people will have a problem of living. 

If the population is 1 trillion then people Flats have to be supported more than houses because, At that time there is no space left for the house.

The world's population is around 7,800,000,000 and Earth's total area (including land and water) is 510,000,000 km2 (197,000,000 sq. mi.). 

Therefore, the worldwide human population density is around 7,500,000,000 ÷ 510,000,000 = 14.7 per km2 (38 per sq. mi.).

If only the Earth's land area of 150,000,000 km2 (58,000,000 sq. mi.) is taken into account, then human population density is 50 per km2 (129 per sq. mi.). 

This situation however reflects the current situation. You can imagine what the situation would be like if the population reached 1 trillion.

 

2. Providing food to the population 

According to United Nations in 2018 There were more than one billion overweight people in the world, and 800 million people were suffering from malnutrition. 

According to a 2004 BBC article, China, the world's most populous country, suffers from widespread obesity.

India, the second most populous country in the world.

has added 30 million people to the category of hungry people since the 1990s and 46% of children are underweight.

So basically The world is already facing this problem. As the population grows, so does the problem. 

If the population reaches 1 trillion, it will be impossible to make water and food available to the population as a result. 

As a result, problems like hunger will be created on a large scale

 

3. Not enough drinking water

Water is one of the most important factors for human survival. Humans cannot live long without water.So what if the water shortage is massive.

If the world is having trouble with water right now,

then it seems impossible to imagine how there will be enough water if there is a population of 1 trillion. 

It will be impossible to get clean water.

On Earth, most of the water is found in oceans and other water sources.

Which 1.6% is groundwater and 0.001% is water vapor, precipitation and clouds in the atmosphere.

Oceans account for 97% of surface water, glaciers and polar ice caps for 2.4%, and other terrestrial sources.

Such as rivers, lakes and ponds for 0.6%. 

A very small portion of water is a living thing and a manufactured substance. 

So you can understand that with a population of 1 trillion, it will be impossible for water to reach everyone.

 

4. Polluted lifestyle

We are currently seriously considering issues like pollution.

We know that pollution is being caused on a large scale by humans. 

Given the current situation, it does not look like there will be an end to pollution. 

As much as we have increased industrial facilities, we have also damaged natural resources. 

First of all, people do not get enough oxygen because there are not enough trees to make oxygen at the moment.

So, it is impossible to have so many trees at a time when the population may reach 1 trillion. 

Not all health services are adequate for everyone, If such a problem occurred 

 

5. Impact on forests and wildlife

As the population grows more people will see more space to live so the animal home will be snatched away. 

Life is not possible without forests because trees provide oxygen without which human beings cannot live.

So if the population reaches 1 trillion, people will not be able to breathe as much as they need.

Forests are also responsible for rainfall so that farming problems arise.

Not only will forests be destroyed but wildlife will also be disturbed.

 

6. The global economic downturn

With a population of 1 trillion, it will be impossible to provide employment.

So as to face a problem like the global economic downturn.

As a result, half the population will have to relocate to another planet.

If mankind had developed so much at that time!‌ 

And everything that happens will be impossible to meet.

There will be a famine in the world of basic necessities that people need in their daily lives.

 

7. Conclusion

That is why the growth of anything has serious consequences. This seems to be proving to be true.

The article above was just an idea of ​​the outcome.

But such a result could come if the concept happened.

Humans have always harmed natural things for their own selfish ends. The whole world suffers.

The basic things of nature are being extinct in providing basic things to human beings which is a terrible situation.

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