What’s your number?

Bloody hell, there are three times as many people on the planet today as there were when I was born!

No wonder I find the cities and traffic too busy.

Got the data from A BBC News web page – 7 billion people and you: What’s your number?.

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One response to “What’s your number?

  1. It’s interesting that NZ is only just keeping up with its replacement rate of 2.2 children per couple.

    Most European countries are actually declining in population.
    The biggest increase in population is in India and other developing countries.

    You can also find out this information by visiting your local library.
    The librarian will be able to help you find out information such as this, and enable you to extract data from primary sources

    Remember, the librarian is here to help

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