Top 30 Population Growth Quotes

Here we have the best Population Growth Quotes from famous authors such as Al-Waleed bin Talal, Ian Goldin, Said Musa, Hans Rosling, David Attenborough. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

Some countries, like Saudi Arabia, where the population
Some countries, like Saudi Arabia, where the population growth is very high, whereby you don’t have the mortgage low yet. Still the demand outstrips supply by much.

People often focus on the downsides of population growth but neglect the upsides. These upsides may even outweigh the downsides, making a larger population a good thing overall.

Ian Goldin
Without productivity gains, any growth in GDP is exactly offset by population growth, and the average income stays the same.

I meet so many that think population growth is a major problem in regard to climate change. But the number of children born per year in the world has stopped growing since 1990. The total number of children below 15 years of age in the world are now relatively stable around 2 billion.

It’s coming home to roost over the next 50 years or so. It’s not just climate change; it’s sheer space, places to grow food for this enormous horde. Either we limit our population growth or the natural world will do it for us, and the natural world is doing it for us right now.

Immigration is one of the leading contributors to population growth.

Hong Kong needs population growth to cope with a rapidly ageing population.

Our country needs to produce 250,000 net new jobs every month just to keep even with population growth.

In the years to come, the combination of climate change and population growth could have a devastating effect on the planet and, needless to say, on humanity.

Population growth is straining the Earth‘s resources to the breaking point, and educating girls is the single most important factor in stabilizing that. That, plus helping women gain political and economic power and safeguarding their reproductive rights.

Most of the suicide hijackers came from Saudi Arabia, a place not lacking in wealth. But due to rapid population growth, the wealth per capita has fallen by about half in a generation.

The rate of population growth in the United States is slightly below that required to reproduce itself.

I do worry about population growth and the preservation of the green belt space but I don’t think these are insurmountable problems.

We used to live in a world where the price of resources came down steadily, and now the world has changed. You have a great mismatch between finite resources and exponential population growth.

A finite world can support only a finite population; therefore, population growth must eventually equal zero.

As a woman leader, I thought I brought a different kind of leadership. I was interested in women’s issues, in bringing down the population growth rate… as a woman, I entered politics with an additional dimension – that of a mother.

A series of studies in the 1990s and 2000s revealed that as women gained more access to education, jobs, and birth control, they had fewer children. As a result, developed countries in western Europe, Japan, and the Americas were seeing zero or negative population growth.

I would be absolutely astounded if population growth and industrialisation and all the stuff we are pumping into the atmosphere hadn’t changed the climatic balance. Of course it has. There is no valid argument for denial.

Rapid population growth and technological innovation, combined with our lack of understanding about how the natural systems of which we are a part work, have created a mess.

Mobility will be one of the major beneficiaries of population growth in the world.

Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.

Population growth and development place additional stress on the Nation’s water infrastructure and its ability to sustain hard-won water quality gains.

Child labor perpetuates poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, population growth, and other social problems.

We take it for granted that because our shelves and supermarkets are heaving with food that there are no problems with food security. But we have limited land in the U.K., and climate disruption and population growth are putting pressure on food supply.

Long-term economic growth depends mainly on nonmonetary factors such as population growth and workforce participation, the skills and aptitudes of our workforce, the tools at their disposal, and the pace of technological advance. Fiscal and regulatory policies can have important effects on these factors.

The combination of population growth and the growth in consumption is a danger that we are not prepared for and something we will need global co-operation on.

If we do not voluntarily bring population growth under control in the next one or two decades, the nature will do it for us in the most brutal way, whether we like it or not.

Henry W Kendall
One of the biggest challenges for the MENA region is unemployment coupled with high population growth rates. The World Bank is committed to supporting infrastructure projects that will help with job creation across the region.

Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair
Just to keep up with population growth, on average our economy needs to be adding about 125,000 jobs per month.

President Obama has tried to spin the paltry new job creation numbers as ‘a step in the right direction.’ But, clearly, the small growth in jobs isn’t even keeping up with population growth, much less returning the workforce to a healthy level.