Birth rates rise in some parts of the world (birth rates drop in the Balkans and some countries in the world)

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The list of 20 Business Insider countries includes Italy, Japan, Portugal, Lithuania and the countries of the Balkan Peninsula (Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Bulgaria).
The census was based on United Nations demographic projections for 2020-2050, based on estimates of deaths and births, and migration. This is an extremely serious problem for some countries in the world. The disappearance of people.
In 1900, 1.65 billion people lived on Earth. In 2000, there were six billion people on Earth. There are currently 7.7 billion people. In short, humanity is not extinct. Only some of its parts are extinct. Some countries have seen population increases over the past year. Some countries in the world justify their own demographic defeat with global trends.
Africa is expected to have a population explosion – Nigeria is estimated to number 900 million by 2100.
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The goal of the United Nations is not to shock the public, but to warn about what demographers have been saying for decades – how to stop the exodus and population decline of individual countries in the world.
Japan is on the list of countries threatened with extinction. But we do know that Japan (due to its social and geographical specificity and closed nature) needs to be looked at separately. Contrary to this problem, the fact is that the most developed countries are registering population growth. Each country has its own demographic policy, so Germany relies on the importation of working-age people, while the Scandinavians succeed in the social model. However, it is crucial that all countries with demographic problems have a successful policy. Unlike the countries in Southeast Europe, which do not find a way to defend themselves against economically more powerful states that literally suck in their inhabitants.
Higher economic development of a society does not lead to a lower demographic rate.
There is no universal solution to this problem, but each country has to find its own way to solve or improve its demographic picture in the world.
According to scientific predictions, the planet Earth will have more than 11 billion people in 2100.
POPULATION DECREASE IN THE NEXT 30 YEARS
20. Italy – 60.5 million / 54.4 million – 10.1 percent
19. Cuba – 11.3 million / 10.2 million – 10.3 percent 18. Northern Macedonia – 2.1 million / 1.9 million – 10.9 percent
17. Portugal – 10.2 million / 9.1 million – 10.9 percent 16. Georgia – 4 million / 3.5 million – 11.8 percent
15. Poland – 37.8 million / 33.3 million – 12 percent 14. Hungary – 9.7 million / 8.5 million – 12.3 percent
13. Estonia – 1.3 million / 1.2 million – 12.7 percent 12. Greece – 10.4 million / 9 million – 13.4 percent
11. Romania – 19.2 million / 16.3 – 15.5 percent 10. Albania – 2.9 million / 2.4 million – 15.8 percent
9. Japan – 126.5 million / 105.8 million – 16.3 percent 8. Moldova – 4 million / 3.4 million – 16.7 percent
7. Croatia – 4.1 million / 3.4 million – 18 percent 6. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 3.3 million / 2.7 million – 18.2 percent
5. Serbia – 8.7 million / 7.1 million – 18.9 percent 4. Ukraine – 43.7 million / 35.2 million – 19.5 percent
3. Latvia – 1.9 million / 1.5 million – 21.6 percent 2. Lithuania – 2.7 million / 2.1 million – 22.1 percent.
1. Bulgaria – 6.9 million / 5.4 million – 22.5 percent

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