By the year 2050, there are expected to be at least 9 billion people sharing our planet earth together.
That number sounds staggering, nearly beyond comprehension. But what does this seemingly colossal figure actually bode for the world’s future, for our everyday lives? Should we fear an overcrowded planet? Or is it fear itself stopping us from finding smarter solutions to foster a stable, sustainable future, giving every child in every country a fighting chance?