The continuous growth of the world population and the increase in the demand for food, means that every day the production of food is insufficient to guarantee the future of the balanced diet of the inhabitants of the planet earth.View More World population growth threat future sustainability humanity.
FAO warns of growing water scarcity amid climate change, population growth Ronnel W. Domingo Philippine Daily Inquirer / January 24, 2017 Competition for water will intensify as the global population exceeds nine billion people around 2050. The Food and Agriculture Organization is calling for better…View More FAO warns of growing water scarcity amid climate change, population growth
Juan G. R , Juan G. R., and Juan P. J. A. Impact of human activity determinant factor of global warming. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 6, No. 1: 36-38, December, 2015, Spain. The impact of human activity has a great weight in the emission…View More Impact of human activity determinant factor of global warming.
Juan G.R. Climate change and the impact of human activity. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 5, No. 1: 35-37, November, 2014, Spain. Climate change, global warming, carbon emissions, the impact of human activity and the increase of the world population are different factors that can…View More Climate change and the impact of human activity.
Increasing world population demand: higher water consumption, an increase of water stored, greater management of water sources, strategic handling of irrigation water, a larger sewage treatment, an increase in water infrastructure, an increase of irrigated areas, major scientific and technical activity.View More The world population sustainability demands more water available and agricultural production
The steady increase in world population, low birth control by the non developed countries, excessive pollution of the environment, inadequate protection of the marine environment, the systematic neglect of agriculture in many countries, the high demand for food, inadequate water management.View More The excessive global population growth threatens its sustainability.