An optimum world population.

  • David Willey
  • Published 2000 in Medicine, conflict, and survival


The optimum population of the world is the one that is most likely to make the option of a good quality of life available to everyone everywhere, both now and in the future. Establishing a consensus about the size of such a population would be an important step towards achieving it. Estimates of an optimum involve three main steps. First, estimate the… (More)


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