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Newsademic Issue 356 Front Cover World Population Prospects UN Report

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Every two years the United Nations (UN) produces a report on the world’s population. The latest one has recently been released. In our latest issue, we look at the figures and the UN’s predictions. Currently, there are 7.7 billion people on the planet. This number increases by 220,000 a day, or about 150 people each minute. By the end of this century, the UN says, our world will be home to 11 billion.

Also in this issue:

  • USA – Iran confrontation
  • Winged lizard hatchlings*
  • Pakistan IMF bailout and amnesty*
  • Moon anomaly detected
  • Metro mango glut*
  • DRC’s ebola non-emergency*
  • People power in Hong Kong
  • Far-swimming saltwater crocodiles?*
  • MH17 criminal report*
  • Famous explorer’s errors*
  • Paris Air Show*

…and much more!
(those with an * have accompanying activities/worksheets).

 

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