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The topic is on overpopulation and I will provide a list of sources to use (Avoid direct quotations) which need to be referenced and cited properly. I will provide an outline, prompt as well as the sources. Thanks for the help!

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Outline ORIGINALITY REPORT 0 % SIMILARITY INDEX 0% INTERNET SOURCES 0% PUBLICATIONS 0% STUDENT PAPERS PRIMARY SOURCES Exclude quotes Off Exclude bibliography Off Exclude matches Off Outline GRADEMARK REPORT FINAL GRADE 43 GENERAL COMMENTS Instructor Dear Noah, /45 Overall, a good outline on global overpopulation. A couple of items to work on: 1. Whenever you have citations, you must have a reference list as well. Otherwise, we have no idea where you found the information. 2. There are no in-text citations in the last paragraph. PAGE 1 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 1 References Chawla, M. (2007). From Red to Grey. Washington D.C.: World Bank. (pp.117-119) Dutta, Mrinal. (2019). Environmental Impact of Overpopulation in India. Clarion: International Multidisciplinary Journal, Vol. 8, (Issue 2) p.49-51. Ezeh, A. C., Bongaarts, J., & Mberu, B. (2012). Global population trends and policy options. The Lancet, Vol. 380, (issue 9837) p. 142-148. Hagemann, R. and G. Nicoletti (1989). Ageing Populations: Economic Effects and Implications for Public Finance. OECD Publishing. (pp.3) Huggins, L. E., Skandera H. (2004). Population Puzzle: Boom or Bust?. Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press. (pp.70) Hviding, K. and M. Mérette (1998). Macroeconomic Effects of Pension Reforms in The Context of Ageing Populations: Overlapping Generations Model Simulations for Seven OECD Countries. OECD Publishing. (pp.5) Lutz, W., Sanderson, W. & Scherbov, S. (2008). The coming acceleration of global population ageing. Nature, Vol. 451, p. 716-719. Pimentel, D. (2012). World overpopulation. Environment, Development, and Sustainability, Vol. 14, p. 151-152. Roseveare, D. (1996). Ageing Populations, Pension Systems and Government Budgets: Simulations for 20 OECD Countries. OECD Publishing. (pp. 5-8). Ryan, William A. (2014). Ageing Population Doesn’t Have to be a Time Bomb. United Nations Population Fund. 2’t-have-be-‘time-bomb’-say-experts The United Nations. (n.d.). An Ageing World Poses New Challenges for Development Strategists. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. (2007). Challenges and Opportunities of Population Ageing. .pdf United Nations Population Fund. (2011). Thailand and Vietnam Face a New Development Challenge: Ageing Populations. ulations Urban Institute. (2015). The U.S. Population is Ageing. rojects/data-warehouse/what-future-holds/us-population-aging Wiener, J. M., Tilly, J. (2002). Population ageing in the United States of America: implications for public programmes. International Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 31, Issue 4, p. 776-781. 3 Students will take their five-paragraph Outline and expand it into a six-page Rough Draft. The Rough Draft will allow students to fully develop their thoughts on the global issue topic they chose. The Rough Draft must be at minimum six substantive and complete pages in length. Substantive pages do not include the title page nor the APA references list. Complete pages means that there are no unused space or unnecessary spacing in your pages. Students will be marked down for not having six substantive and complete pages for their Rough Draft. Please do not go over seven pages in length for the Rough Draft. Some students may want to go ahead and complete the ten-page requirement for the Final Draft. However, need to provide feedback and students should wait for feedback before completing the paper. The Rough Draft should include a title page and also include a list of references up to that point. Please remember to cite properly throughout your paper. The expectation is that you have at least three in-text citations per page, coming from at least seven (7) different scholarly sources for your rough draft. With your 15 original references in the previous discussion forum, this should be easy to accomplish. Once submitted, the essay will be automatically checked for plagiarism using the built-in anti-plagiarism software. This software provides feedback as to whether or not the text in a document is a close match with other documents on the Internet, in journal databases, and essays submitted through Cougar Courses. Please be aware that submission of this paper after the listed deadline will result in a 5% penalty for every 24-hour period that it is late. Formatting Criteria for the Rough Draft of the Global Issue Analysis Paper: A. Length: Minimum six substantive & complete pages Note: If you fail to complete the minimum required substantive & complete pages you will be penalized. There should not be any unused space or unnecessary spacing in your pages. Students will lose 10%, or portion thereof, for every substantive page that student fails to complete. B. Sources: At least three distinct in-text citations per page in APA style, coming from at least seven (7) different scholarly sources. Avoid the inclusion of titles of articles/journals of the sources in the body of the essay. Any included titles of articles/journals show up as plagiarism. C. Documentation: Avoid all direct quotations. Direct quotations show up as plagiarism. Instead, you should paraphrase the author(s). When paraphrasing the author(s) from the text, make it clear "who" is speaking, and follow with a page reference. If you find yourself struggling with paraphrasing and/or are worried about plagiarism, please click on the following short videos provided by the UC Riverside Library. Please only watch the first four videos. D. References: The Rough Draft should have a Reference List at the end of the essay. All reference should be in APA format. E. All papers must have a title page attached to the front of each policy brief with the following information: Title of Paper; Students' Names; Date of Submitting the Global Issue Analysis; GBST 100; and instructor's name. F. The entire paper needs to be double-spaced. G. Margin requirements: 1 inch on the left, right, top, and bottom (These are the default margins in Microsoft Word.) H. All pages except the title page should have page numbers in the lower right-hand corner of the page 1. Times New Roman font only and 12 size fonts only. (Use of other fonts or sizes is strictly prohibited.)
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The issue of overpopulation has become a genuine danger to our reality and in this way,
it is a worldwide issue. Nations with quick development face unfavorable social, monetary, and
ecological pressing factors, though those with low or negative development face fast population
aging, impractical weights on open benefits and medical services frameworks, and moderate
financial development. The current pace of population increment is 1.2% (Population Reference
Bureau 2011), which implies a multiplying season of 58 years. Accordingly, the current total
population of 7 billion is projected to twofold to 14 billion in under 60 years. Based on the
readings, some people believe that the world has surpassed its ability, individuals are running out
of assets, the way of life is dropping additional time, and if population stays unchecked, the earth
and its occupants are on a crash course, while others believe that, the personal satisfaction is
improving over the long run, the costs of assets are dropping, the way of life is rising, average
life expectancy is higher than in past time (Huggins & Skandera, 2004). Fast population growth
is a danger to prosperity in the least fortunate nations, whereas a low productive rate undermines
the future wellness of the developed countries. The falling rates of birth will bring about fewer
youthful specialists entering the workforce. Moreover, the increasing population of elderly
people also poses a huge challenge to both developed and developing countries. In this case, the
rising medical care and social help costs related to aging will present gigantic difficulties. Other
constraints associated with overpopulation include food shortage, unemployment, deforestation,
scarcity of water, misuse of resources, and poverty. All nations are in danger of the hazardous
issues that overpopulation can and will make. According to Pimentel (2012), Africa and Asia are
more prone to these effects. Developing nations like India, China, Brazil, and so forth are dealing
with the gigantic issue because of expansion in the human population. The effects of
overpopulation are on the climate as well as influence the financial state of these nations. India


positioned third in transmitting Carbon Di Oxide gas contributing 6.8% of worldwide discharge
according to world financial gathering 2019. A few strategies and planning are being utilized to
control population blast by the public authority like family planning and reproductive wellbeing
programs for ladies, sterilization of man and so forth yet no administration of India has
effectively formed arrangements (Dutta, 2019). This analysis entails the threat posed by
overpopulation on social and economic benefits, the emerging patterns of consumption, the
proposed solutions, the consequences of easing up financial aid on future generations, and
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