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(from NYTimes) ‘In Nigeria, a preview of an overpopulated planet’

AN EXCERPT:   “The United Nations estimates that the global population will stabilize at 10 billion in 2100, assuming that declining birthrates will eventually yield a global average of 2.1 children per woman. At a rate of even 2.6, Dr. Guengant said, the number becomes 16 billion.”  New York Times

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