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The world is experiencing dramatic increase in population. This is causing problems with not only for poor, undeveloped countries, but also for industrialized and developing nations. Describe some of the problems that overpopulation causes, and suggest at least one possible solution.

Industrial development, increased health care quality has a significant effect on human population. Over the years the number of people living on the Earth has increased dramatically, causing noticeable problems in almost every part of our planet.

The major problems connected to overpopulation are lack of food and natural resources. Increased consuming needs force every industry to produce and develop enormous volume of products which requires more natural resources to be involved in process. In addition to resource shortage, lack of living space in overpopulated areas must be taken into consideration. This fact, especially in emerging and developing countries, might have deterioration in living conditions in particular areas or in specific country.

One of the possible solution in minimizing the effects of increasing human population might be the foundation of in efficient resource consuming, development planning and utilizing the modern "green" technologies in everyday life. Efficient resources consuming would significantly decrease the needs which has reached very high levels nowadays.

Another option to avoid upcoming planet overpopulation might be an implementation of birth control policy for most populated countries such as India and China. For the past few years these countries have developed some internal measures in birth control area which have resolved some major problems in these regions.

In conclusion, nowadays nothing could stop humanity from growing. Some international agreements must be work out to minimize effects of this problem by effective use of natural resources and careful future development planning.

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