Developed & Developing Countries BY: Dulce verdugo

Starting in the 20th century the worlds population faced a rapid increase, tripling by the beginning of the twenty century.

Developing Countries

Does are some examples of economic developing countries and how high there increasing over time.

LDC ( Least Developed countries)

The LDC category was created due to the recognition of the need to alleviate the problems of underdevelopment of those developing countries that were persistently falling behind as a consequence of structural problems and vulnerabilities.
A developed country, industrialized country, or "more economically developed country" (MEDC), is a sovereign state that has a highly developed economy and advanced technological infrastructure relative to other less industrialized nations.

Ways to reduce over population!

In order to reduce the adverse impacts of overpopulation, mitigation measures, such as spreading awareness and education about overpopulation, enacting birth control measures and regulations, and providing universal access to birth control devices and family planning, must be taken.

The world and future is in our hands!......

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