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The human population has been growing rapidly since the 1800s and there are currently more than 7.6 billion humans on this planet – all of whom need fresh water, food, and energy to survive. Can the current rate of population growth and resource consumption continue indefinitely? As you work through this module you will learn more about the causes and consequences of rapid population growth and resource usage.
By the end of this module, you should be able to:
– Identify the causes of human population growth over the last several centuries
– Explain the concept of carrying capacity and how this relates to the human population
– Identify which countries have the largest/smallest growth rates
– Identify which countries have the largest/smallest ecological footprints
This 50-minute video beautifully investigates the causes, consequences, and potential solutions to human overpopulation and overconsumption of resources. However, please note that this video is a few years old, so the number of humans on the planet today is larger than that stated in the video.
This short video provides a unique perspective on how our population grew so quickly.
This 10-minute video gives a great overview of the science of human population growth.
This 5-minute video demonstrates how we can use population pyramids to predict future growth rates for different countries.
(For some strange reason, I couldn’t embed this video, but you can access it at the above link).
This 4-minute video describes the mechanics behind different kinds of contraceptives.
This website provides current information on human populations around the world.
This website provides information about different types of contraception