Jane Goodall warns of unsustainable human population growth

10th May 2019


Primatologist Dame Jane Goodall has warned that human population growth is damaging the planet's future.

Goodall said that United Nations figures showed that in the last 50 years the global population has doubled to 7.8bn and is expected to increase to 11.2bn by 2100. In a message to the 2019 Populatio

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