# Question: Who Was The 7 Billionth Person?

## When did the world population reached 7 billion?

October 31, 2011The world’s population will shortly reach 7 billion.

The United Nations estimates the world will reach this milestone on October 31, 2011..

## What is 1/3 of the worlds population?

2.5 billion peopleAt the end of 2017, most people in the world lived in democracies. But since then, one-third of the world’s population — or 2.5 billion people — have lived through “autocratization,” in which a leader or group of leaders began to limit those democratic attributes and to rule more unilaterally.

## Who is the 6 billionth person?

Adnan MevićAdnan Mević, born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 12 October 1999, was chosen by the United Nations as the symbolic 6 billionth concurrently alive person on Earth. He is the first son of Fatima Helać, 29, and her husband Jasminko Mević.

## How long would it take the world’s population to double?

127 yearsIt took 127 years for the world population to double from one billion to two. By contrast, it took only 47 years, from 1927 to 1974, to double from two billion to four. Since 1960, world population has grown by about one billion every 13 years.

## What is 3% of the world?

Oh dear, elementary school this should not be. 3%, three per cent, is three parts per hundred (“cent” = centum = hundred), so if the world’s population is approximately 7.8 US billion, or 7,800,000,000 then 3% of that is 3 x 7,800,000,000 / 100 = 234,000,000.

## Is world population declining?

Up until the beginning of the industrial revolution, global population grew very slowly. After about 1800 the growth rate accelerated to a peak of 2.1% annually in 1968; but since then, due to the world-wide collapse of the total fertility rate, it has declined to 1.1% today (2020).

## What was the world population 500 years ago?

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## What is the maximum population the Earth can sustain?

A 2012 UN report summarised 65 different estimated maximum sustainable population sizes. The most common estimate was eight billion, a little larger than the current population. But the estimates ranged from as few as two billion to, in one study, a staggering 1,024 billion.

## How long did it take the human population to reach 1 billion?

It took all of human history up to 1804 for the world’s population to reach 1 billion. But the next billion came only 100 years later, in 1927. And after that, the rate of growth accelerated, 3 billion in 1959, 4 billion 1974, 5 billion 1987, 6 billion 1999, and now 7 billion.

## Who was the 5 billionth person born?

Matej Mitja Gašpar1987 was a different and less crowded world. On 11 July, the UN named Matej Mitja Gašpar, born in Zagreb, Croatia, the 5 billionth human being alive on the planet.

## When did World population hit 1 million?

It is estimated that the world population reached one billion for the first time in 1804. It was another 123 years before it reached two billion in 1927, but it took only 33 years to reach three billion in 1960.

## Who is the 1 billionth person?

On 11th May 2000, India’s population officially reached 1 billion people with the birth of a baby girl. Government officials decided that a baby born at the Safdarjang hospital in Delhi would mark the milestone. Astha Arora was named as India’s billionth baby.

## What is one third of the earth?

One third of the entire Earth’s population would be almost 2,500,000,000 people or about the amount of people living in China and India combined.. assuming that there are 7,300,000,000 people presently on the planet.

## What year will we reach 9 billion?

It is projected to reach eight billion by 2024–2030 and nine billion by 2035–2050, with alternative scenarios ranging from a low of 7.4 billion to a high of more than 10.6 billion by 2050.

## What was the world population 100 years ago?

Population growth by world region Two hundred years ago the world population was just over one billion. Since then the number of people on the planet grew more than 7-fold to 7.7 billion in 2019.