Since 1989, July 11 is observed as World Population Day. The main purpose of celebrating World Population Day is to create awareness among people regarding the disadvantages of the increasing population. It is no secret that the population in the world is increasing rapidly and the same is brutally affecting our ecosystem.
Overpopulation is a hindrance to social and economic development. On this World Population Day, let’s spread awareness about population control.
Not every growth is inspiring and beautiful if it hampers our home. Wish you all a very happy World Population Day.
Work towards raising awareness against overpopulation to save our planet. Happy World Population Day.
Take care of the children that we already have instead of increasing the population. Wish you a very happy World Population Day.
Best Wishes on World Population Day for everyone. Smart planning of the population can be the best gift for our children.
“Every state has the primary duty to protect its own population from grave and sustained violations of human rights, as well as from the consequences of humanitarian crises, whether natural or man-made”. – Pope Benedict XVI
“Almost half of the population of the world lives in rural regions and mostly in a state of poverty. Such inequalities in human development have been one of the primary reasons for unrest and, in some parts of the world, even violence”. – A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
The population has become the greatest challenge for mankind, and we must act towards it. Happy World Population Day to you.
On World Population Day, we must all concentrate on striking a balance between population and resources in order to establish harmony and peace in the world.
“A finite world can support only a finite population; therefore, population growth must eventually equal zero”. – Garrett Hardin
“The combination of population growth and the growth in consumption is a danger that we are not prepared for and something we will need global co-operation on”. – Maurice Strong
Once it was necessary that the people should multiply and be fruitful if the race was to survive. But now to preserve the race it is necessary that people hold back the power of propagation. ~ Helen Keller, world-renowned deaf and blind author and lecturer
Rapid population growth and technological innovation, combined with our lack of understanding about how the natural systems of which we are a part work, have created a mess”. – David Suzuki