Police try to control the crowd as stranded Bangladeshi workers gatheroutside of the Biman Bangladesh Airlines office,

demanding flight tickets to go back to Saudi Arabia, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, September 24, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

Egypt, Nov 15 (Reuters) - The total populace flooded beyond 8 billion individuals on Tuesday,

the Assembled Countries said, cautioning that more difficulty is available for locales previously confronting asset shortage because of environmental change.

Whether its food or water, batteries or fuel, there will be less to go around as the worldwide populace adds one more 2.4 billion individuals by the 2080s

"Everyone needs fuel, wood, water, and a spot to call home," said Stephanie Feldstein, populace and manageability chief with the Middle for Natural Variety.

Resource pressure will be especially daunting in African nations, where populations are expected to boom, experts say.

"Everyone needs fuel, wood, water, and a spot to call home," said Stephanie Feldstein, populace and manageability chief with the Middle for Natural Variety.