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Population ArticlesPopulation: An estimate of the number of people in a region, state, nation or the Earth. Overpopulation puts stress on our food resources, environment, culture and economies. It is one of the primary causes of climate change as people use more and more hydrocarbons to warm their homes, power their  transportation systems.
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