Looking at overpopulation from a teenger's point of view
My topic is about overpopulation and how it will affect our life once natural resources are gone. It caught my attention because it really made me think about the future. I know that overpopulation has been talked about, but not in a teenager’s point of view. I hope to find answers about what will be our next step when we don’t have natural resources. What could help decrease the population? What can help women not have unwanted babies? My thesis is that the population will not be threatened if there was more family planning.
My research is about many things. It talks about the the one-child policy in China which is one example of decreasing the population in China. This policy isn’t really the best but the government try to make it work. I came across elderly women still wanting to have babies. I believe that is one of the reason why the population is increasing. Elderly women are still having children in their mid 60’s. In Gulu family planning, the man of the house make the decision of having babies. In my opinion a woman should always have a saying because she is going be carrying the baby for 9 months. I hope to find out why wasn’t overpopulation stop in a period of time.
Research isn’t the easiest thing to do. You must stay focus and you can’t lose hope because you are not going feel accomplished. Research has been frustrating because something you have the perfect question, but you can’t find the answer. There also time when you find a good article but doesn’t have a reliable source. A challenge I have been facing is find good reliable source that could make my research awesome. I hope that people actually read, learn, and promote it to their friends and families.