Here is the world in 2050, as imagined by the U.S. Census Bureau: --India will be the most populous nation, surpassing China sometime around 2025.
-The U.S. will remain exactly where it is now: in third place, with a population of 423 million (up from 308 million in 2010).
And declining birth rates in two of the world's most economically and politically influential countries, Japan and Russia, will cause them to fall from their current positions as the 9th and 10th most populous nations, respectively, to 16th and 17th
...Africa and India's boom, Russia's decline and China's expected plateau (holding steady around 1.3 billion people between now and 2050) will change the makeup of the estimated 9.4 billion people who will call Earth home in 2050. The future, it seems, is not as distant as we think.
http://news.yahoo.com/census-world-look … 01254.html
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