Advantage: Economic Growth A growing population can generate economic growth. The Earth can only produce a limited amount of water and food, which is falling short of the current needs. Ãï¿½ÃÂ·Peace of mind leading to better productivity as employees areassured of provision for themselves and families in any mishap. As a result of increased number of people, demand for essential commodities becomes highly competitive and it is those that are rich that would be able to afford them, thereby bringing a fall in the standard of living. Today there are effective medicines which can increases the chance of conception and lead to rise in birth rate.
Firstly, gaining firmly knowledge at school is the most important benefit to attend class regularly. If we are unable to locate the new sources of nutrition that can feed 10 billion people, then resources are going to become scarce. Potential Solutions So now we know more about overpopulation and the effects it can have, but what can be done about it? Overpopulation is a subject that we will need to consider in the coming decades, so here are some of the current pros and cons to think about. Finally, as a result of low output of goods and services, there is always a ow level of export for these goods and services. If the number of children born each year equals the number of adults that die, then the population will stabilize. I just saw the Australian parents of the seven billionth child on television.
Extra demand will be generated. Lack of Family Planning: Most developing nations have large number of people who are illiterate, live below the poverty line and have little or no knowledge about family planning. Rise in the number of vehicles and industries have badly affected the quality of air. There are a number of proposed solutions. When we are talking about overpopulation, we should first understand the causes of it. This results in sexually active teenagers unaware about contraceptives and embarrassed to seek information about the same. The objectives of this research are: 1.
Family planning and efficient birth control can help in women making their own reproductive choices. Similarly, consider how much farmland would be needed to feed the population for quite some time. The problem would be that the government will probably pass out a law to say that a family if only to have one child. The problem of humanity is resource utilization, if man was able to use resources sustainably, there would be no such complaints regarding how many people are in the World. Increased Human Resources One obvious advantage that some people believe can be found in a large population is a greater number of human resources.
Increased Military Might If a country can control its large population, it can have a significant military advantage over smaller countries. It may be Humans, or Animals. We could make the world a better place. Well, there are different problems of overpopulation such as:- - Global Warming, - Infant fertility rate, - Destruction of tree This problem, assuming it is one, will take care of itself. If both males and females had maintenance-free reversible contraceptives with no side effects, unwanted pregnancies would be greatly reduced. Conflicts and Wars: Overpopulation in developing countries puts a major strain on the resources it should be utilizing for development. Cheaper and More Readily Available Products Having cheaper and more readily available products and services is something that is probably only a serious advantage in the short term, but it is an effect that overpopulation can have on a society.
It is certainly recommended that people familiarize themselves with all of the problems of overpopulation. Talking about the birds and the bees is viewed as taboo in most cultures, but when problems arising due to overpopulation threaten to go out of hand, moral correctness ought to take a hike. In as much as there are advantages, there are also disadvantages to, such are: the available labor force is grossly inadequate to mange the abundant resources available in the state; low level of production as a result of low level of manpower available production is generally very low. High Cost of Living: As difference between demand and supply continues to expand due to overpopulation, it raises the prices of various commodities including food, shelter and healthcare. Education on the Subject While a exist to provide schools with curricula and teaching materials to cover the subject of overpopulation, it is still a subject that is not covered in schools as well as it should be. Adults are not the only ones who should know about overpopulation and its negative effects. We, meanwhile, can benefit from some much more fundamental solutions.
The Causes There are a number of factors that contribute to overpopulation. What are the Advantages and disadvantages of population growth? This growth has placed a huge strain on the planet's finite resources and done serious economic damage to nations all over the world, but some people believe that there are a few advantages to having an ever-growing worldwide population. A company that sells a good or service with a high demand will obviously be very successful as long as it has an output large enough to meet said demand. Degradation of Environment: With the overuse of coal, oil and natural gas, it has started producing some serious effects on our environment. This may lead to some couples having more children than they otherwise would if they needed to worry about the financial consequences.
Couples abstaining from procreation could be given the fund in its entirety upon attaining a medically recommended age or undergoing family planning procedures. Poor education; With the occurrence of massive populations in given regions, it becomes very hard to cater for the standard teacher-to-pupil ratio that ensures that the student will receive the best quality of education required. Namushi charles Mundia 17th Jul 2013 Overpopulation or Underpopulation is not the problem here. Despite the possible advantages of an increasing population, there are a number of reasons for a government to be concerned about population growth. And while agricultural resources are a very real concern as the world's population grows, the world's increase in population is responsible for a greater consciousness of the need for additional resources as well as the innovations to produce food at the pace of population growth.