Overpopulation with Karen Shragg & Jack Goldstone
CGTN Originals • 51m
It’s estimated that world population reached its first billion people in 1804. With a birth every four seconds that number is expected to grow to 10 billion by 2050. As we continue to grow the Earth does not.
In this Full Frame episode, host Mike Walter talks with naturalist and author Karen Shragg, along with author and professor, Jack Goldstone about the effects of overpopulation.
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