What Is Overpopulation?

Overpopulation is the situation where the human population exceeds the maximum carrying capacity of the environment. It can also be defined as the ratio of individuals compared to the available natural resources essential for survival.
When an environment is overpopulated, it means that there are more people than the available resources such as water, transport, food, and social amenities. Overpopulation results in environmental deterioration, population disintegration, and poor quality of life.
Every year, approximately 81 million people are born. Areas with high population feel the effects of overpopulation most. Factors …