World Population Today: "The world population has grown tremendously over the past two thousand years. In 1999, the world population passed the six billion mark. Latest official current world population estimate, for mid-year 2013, is estimated at 7,095,217,980. The linked chart shows past world population data back to the year one and future world population projections through the year 2083." Image Source:

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see how many people are in the world THIS SECOND!! So cool it lets you see how many births in the year, today, etc... watch the numbers go, it's awesome!!!!!

World Population (video) This short video (about 7 min) graphically represents world population growth from 1 A.D. to (projected) 2030, using dots on a map of the world. It may be a little boring for some students, (so you can always speed up the slower parts), but especially when you get to the 16th century and beyond, it’s eye-opening.

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The size of it | The UN's latest World Population Prospects expects the world to grow from 7.2 billion people today to 9.6 billion in 2050. India will swell to 1.6 billion people; it is on track to overtake China in 2028. China's population will peak in 2030. By 2100 the UN forecasts the population to reach 10.9 billion—and still be rising. || Marketing Environment > Macroenvironment > Demographic

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UN "World Population Prospects" report - U.N.: World population to reach 8.1B in 2025 - USA Today

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Today the world population reached 7 billion (more or less). The media and interwebs are abuzz about what it all means. Designer/writer/researcher Tim De Chant has a more interesting take: What does it all look like? Specifically: If all those people lived in one enormous city, how big would that city be?

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Even though we've come to think of them as a vital part of our lives, only 20 percent of the world's population today wears shoes. Although in western society, shoes are necessary in certain

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