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World Bank Aug 8
Global population: 1960 - around 3 billion. 1987 - surpassed 5 billion. 2018 - around 7.6 billion. 2050 - it is projected to reach nearly 10 billion.
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CNN Philippines Jul 11
The planet's population today is 7.7 billion. How mind-bogglingly huge is that number?
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Xavi Ruiz Jul 12
50% of world's population lives in white regions of map 🌎
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CNN Philippines Jul 11
It took thousands of years for the global population to hit 5 billion, which happened in 1987. Some 32 years later, we're closing in on 8 billion.
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Plan International Jul 16
Sex education is key for ending teen pregnancy and early marriages - and for keeping girls in school. These girls in rural Ecuador are taking it into their own hands. 🙌
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Obianuju Ekeocha Jul 11
Today is so I thought I should do a to this interview I had on on another world population day exactly 2 years ago. Enjoy...
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MyNation Jul 12
UC's survey on : 70% Indians want 'one-child policy' to be implemented
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RHOI Jul 12
This – a day that aims to raise awareness about global population issues - we celebrate our release of six more orangutans, including the 100th orangutan to experience in the Kehje Sewen Forest! (1/2)
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Population Matters Jul 25
ICYMI: Our Campaigns Officer Florence was on Ugandan TV covering our event with in Lagos. 👍
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Amina J Mohammed Jul 11
The wellbeing & rights of women & young people around the world has to be ensured. Healthy, thriving women & girls create a virtuous cycle that benefits families, communities & nations. On , I call on all to fight injustice and inequity!
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elizabeth obih-frank Jul 11
Earth Day 2019 - Protect Our Species | Earth Day Network
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Annette Dixon Jul 11
Building requires access to primary health services for women — including family planning — so they can choose when & how many children to have, stay in school longer, and seize opportunities for their family & country.
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CGTN America Jul 11
What would a world of 100 people look like? There are now nearly 8 billion people on this planet. But what if we kept all the same statistics, but shrunk the number to 100? On explore the result.
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Population Matters Jul 21
Thanks to all our supporters and allies for helping us make this year's so successful! Read about our events in Lagos, London and New York here:
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Harjit Sajjan Jul 11
. was established to bring attention to the urgency and importance of population issues. I’m proud to stand with a government that recognizes gender equality is essential for achieving sustainable development.
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Pew Research Religion Jul 11
The world’s largest religion by population is still Christianity:
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Population Matters Aug 16
We 📸this 🆒moment in Nigeria at the Lekki Conservation Centre on It's hard to subtitle monkey hiccups so watch with the 📣on if you can! Got any jokes? (We know they're going to be dark...)
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United Nations TZ Jul 11
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SRHR Alliance Uganda Jul 18
Video: "When young people are growing up,they are not given enough SRHR information and as a result they don't know how to prevent un wanted pregnancies..." - National Programs coordinator at
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Al Jazeera English Jul 11
On , the international community is calling attention to poverty and sustainability for the earth's 7.7 billion people. But as populations expand, is 'overcrowding' racist 'dog whistle' or fuel for climate crisis?
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