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  1. Annual growth rate reached its peak in the late 1960s, when it was at around 2%. The rate of increase has nearly halved since then, and will continue to decline in the coming years. World population will therefore continue to grow in the 21st century, but at a much slower rate compared to the recent past. World population has doubled (100% ...

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    Graph showing population by continent as a percentage of world population (1750–2005) East Asia had by far the strongest overall Human Development Index (HDI) improvement of any region in the world, nearly doubling average HDI attainment over the past 40 years, according to the report's analysis of health, education and income data.

  3. In 2021, the EU imported solar panels to the value of €11.2 billion, liquid biofuels to the value of €3.4 billion and wind turbines worth €0.6 billion (see Figure 1).

  4. Improved food security, resilience to other disasters, and better national and international responses mean that the world has not experienced death tolls of this scale in many decades. Famines today are usually driven by civil war and political unrest. In most years, the death toll from disasters is now in the range of 10,000 to 20,000 people.

  5. The second, less optimistic scenario (red line) foresees 2.1 percentage points lower GDP growth both in 2020 and 2021 compared with the base one (that is to say, world economic growth would be on average -7 percent and +3.3 percent in 2020 and 2021, respectively).

  6. Data - national 14-day notification rate (cases and deaths) Data - daily subnational 14-day notification rate; Data - weekly subnational 14-day notification rate; Data - hospital and ICU admission rates/ occupancy; Data - testing; Data - archive of data on the testing volume; Data - country response measures; Data - age-specific notification rate

  7. The 2006 Australian census showed growth in the Indigenous population (recorded as 517,000) at twice the rate of overall population growth since 1996, when the Indigenous population stood at 283,000. [citation needed] In the 2011 census, there was a 20% rise in people who identify as Aboriginal. In the 2016 census Torres Strait Islander, and a