3.6 billion surplus people

According to the current playback rate, XXI. At the end of the 20th century the Earth estimated between twelve and fifteen billion inhabitants. However, according to David Pimentel, professor of ecology at Cornell University, ideally there would be two billion people in the world. Today, however, we live on this planet at 5.6 billion.

Pimentel has carried out his calculations taking into account the resources of the Earth and has been able to present them in the annual assembly of the American Association for the Progress of the Sciences in San Francisco. However, it has not indicated what would happen to the remaining 3.6 million inhabitants.

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