These include economic benefits such as expansion of tax bases and increased consumer spending at local businesses, as well as innovations by cultures seeking to keep up with growing populations.
Regions of the world that do not have the ability to do this will find it leads to a number other serious issues and becomes a massive problem.
We must address both in order to live sustainably. Benefits for Families Individual families have traditionally looked upon increased membership as a benefit, not a liability.
More children being born will increase the dependency ratio in the short term but in the long term, will result in more workers. Too many mouths to feed and fewer natural resources on hand can have a devastating effect on the economy. In some cases, entire countries may be affected by the situation.
Starvation is a huge issue facing the world and the mortality rate for children is being fuelled by it. That is 9, more people every hour, or more people per minute.
Thereafter, the global population reached four billion in 14 yearsfive billion in 13 yearssix billion in 12 years and seven billion in 12 years. Overcrowding: Increases in population may put pressure on housing and social capital and cause traffic congestion.
More mouths to feed. This is an even more immediate problem than housing. Even more great minds lead to more innovations. Melting of polar ice caps, changing climate patterns, rise in sea level are few of the consequences that we might we have to face due to environment pollution.