The world’s population is expected to double between 1990 and 2050, the shortest doubling rate in man’s history. The pressures on food and water supplies will be unprecedented. George Mason University sociologist and anthropologistThomas Dietz and Christopher Newport University population biologist Ron Mollick discuss the dangers of overpopulation and what’s being done to improve our odds of long-term population management.

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