Each of us is one of the important composition of world, the world's resources is important to us, we are also important to the world. Because of all kinds of resources in the world, we have a strong foundation for the construction of the, and because of our existence, the world had the huge change, our relationship with the world, supplement each other. As the population of the world becomes more and more, the problem of population has become a great social concern. On the just-celebrated 32nd World Population Day, the United Nations Population Fund chose the theme of this year's World Population Day as 'Rights and Choices are the Answer: Whether it is a baby boom or a baby crisis, the solution lies in prioritizing reproductive health and the rights of all people'. In China, the National Health Commission has set the theme as 'Care for new birth'. These themes are all aimed at making people pay more attention to and solve the population problems of the next generation. Today, Quadranteco will be with you on the topic of world population.
First we follow the relevant information to understand the origin of the world population day. World Population Day is on July 11 every year. The main purpose of the day is to draw attention to the problem of global population growth. On July 11, 1987, the Earth's population reached 5 billion. To commemorate this special day, in 1989, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme recommended in its decision that the international community designate 11 July every year as World Population Day, in order to focus on urgent overall population development plans and programmes to solve these problems. In 1990, on the recommendation of the Governing Council of UNDP at its 36th session, the United Nations decided to designate 11 July every year as World Population Day to raise people's awareness of population issues. Thus, July 11, 1990 became the first 'World Population Day'. The statistics released by the United Nations Population Fund at the beginning of 1999 show to people the course of global population growth: the world population was only 1 billion in 1804, increased to 2 billion in 1927, 3 billion in 1960, 4 billion in 1975, 5 billion in 1987, and reached 6 billion on October 12, 1999. The population problem has attracted more and more attention from the international community. Since 1954, the United Nations has held several world population conferences. According to the scientists' analysis, the world's population will peak at 10.6 billion in 2080 and gradually decline thereafter to 10.35 billion by the end of the 21st century.
'World Population Day is a great opportunity to reflect on the relationship between the inhabitants of the planet, their living conditions and the environment. Population problem is not just a simple topic about the population of abstract Numbers, it is related to earth's residents living conditions and health problems', executive director of the United Nations environment programme (unep) Klaus top claims, whether in any place of the world, the population is caused by the surrounding environment and the main factors of its own survival conditions change. There is a finite amount of resources on the earth, and the increasing population has a strong inverse relationship between resource loss and resource regeneration. To feed the growing population, it is necessary to expand the area of arable land and pasture used for food production. The rapid increase in arable land and pastures has severely damaged human survival. Our monopolistic use of one third of the earth's land has dealt a fatal blow to other living things, leading to the acceleration of species extinction. Moreover, 1.2 billion people around the world lack sustained access to safe drinking water, and 2.4 billion lack access to basic toilets need. Because of population growth forces, many children in poor areas have to leave school and work early. Or because of limited medical conditions, many babies die early. As the population increases, there will be more outbreaks of health problems when it comes to viruses! For example, the impact of COVID-19 on India this time, the string of worrying numbers makes people overwhelmed by the virus!
China is the most populous country in the world. On May 11, 2021, the results of the seventh national census were announced, with a total population of 1,411.178 million. Relevant statistics show that the proportion of children in the population has rebounded, and positive results have been achieved in the adjustment of China's family planning policy. At the same time, the aging of the population has further deepened, and will continue to face the pressure of long-term balanced development of the population in the future. The situation of the educated population is as follows: the population with college education is 218.36 million. The illiteracy rate dropped from 4.08 percent to 2.67 percent. The continuous improvement of the educational situation reflects the positive results achieved in the past 10 years by vigorously developing higher education and eliminating illiteracy among young and middle-aged people, and the continuous improvement of the quality of the population. China is a populous country, although occupy a lot of resources and pollution, but these years through the government's promotion and the rapid improvement of national quality, the concept of resource conservation and environmental protection has long been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and put into action. Waste classification, the development and application of new energy sources, and the use of degradable materials are all actions we have taken for environmental protection. Quadranteco's environmental protection philosophy is consistent with that of the government. In order to reduce plastic waste, our product formulations and packaging are made of biodegradable materials to ensure that we can meet the needs of consumers and do our part to protect the environment. Do a good job in environmental protection, we have been on the road. We are willing to go with you all the way, for environmental protection, for the earth, for us!