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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Populations In the 1800's The PopulationsThey AreA' Changin' It took humans until 1800 to reach one billion humans. The second billion was reached in only years. Where Are We Headed? Populations Today The human popualtion in the 1800s was approxiamtely of what it is today In 1800, the earth held approximately 900 million people. Humans have now increased the population by over 6 billion in only 200 years. This means an increase of approximately in of the time humans have been on earth. 85% 0.1% 130 14% That's like writing most of a book, on only one page. = 100 million Today, the earth holdsapproximately 7 billion people. Population growth rates across the board have begun to decrease. However, They are still above the ideal threshold to remain at a constant population. These rates are predicted tocontinue decreasing. 2015: Population: 7 billionGrowth rate: 1.4% 2020: Population: 7.9 billionGrowth rate: 1% 2030: Population: 8.2 billionGrowth rate: 0.7% 2040: Population: 8.9 billionGrowth rate: 0.5% 2050: Population: 9 billionGrowth rate: 0% Equilibrium will be reached in 2050, with a population of 9 billion. Currently, the US census bureau predicts it will take years to have a increase in population. 50% 43 How the global human population has changed and where it is headed. "International Programs: Population." United States Census Bureau. 1 Jan. 2013. Web. 10 Mar. 2015."Population Under the Firmament." Population Under the Firmament. Web. 10 Mar. 2015."World Population Growth." Our World in Data. Web. 10 Mar. 2015.
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