What would the population be in 2100?

What would the population be in 2100?

World population projected to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, and 11.2 billion in 2100. The current world population of 7.6 billion is expected to reach 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100, according to a new United Nations report being launched today.

How many countries are expecting to have a decline in population by 2100?

Meanwhile, Nigeria will surpass the U.S. as the third-largest country in the world in 2047, according to the projections. Between 2020 and 2100, 90 countries are expected to lose population. Two-thirds of all countries and territories in Europe (32 of 48) are expected to lose population by 2100.

Which country will most likely have the largest population in the year 2100?

Projections by countries

Rank Country 2100
1 India 1 450 421
2 China 1 064 993
3 Nigeria 732 942
4 United States of America 433 854

When did the world cross 1 billion population?

It is estimated that the population of the world reached one billion for the first time in 1804. It would be more than 100 years before it reached two billion in 1927, but it took only 33 years to reach three billion in 1960.

Who was the 7 billionth person born?

A baby born in India has been declared the world’s seven billionth person by child rights group Plan International. Baby Nargis was born at 07:25 local time (01:55GMT) in Mall village in India’s Uttar Pradesh state.

Who is the 1 billionth person?

On 11th May 2000, India’s population officially reached 1 billion people with the birth of a baby girl. Government officials decided that a baby born at the Safdarjang hospital in Delhi would mark the milestone. Astha Arora was named as India’s billionth baby.

What will Canada’s population be in 2100?

Business as usual with current immigration policies and demographics would see Canada with a population of about 50 million in 2100. The 100 million person target would reduce the impact of an aging population and increase annual GDP growth by 1 percent.