IELTS Writing Task 2 Sample 243 - The world is.
Here's my full sample essay for the recycling topic that we've been working on. Some people claim that not enough of the waste from homes is recycled. They say that the only way to increase recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement. To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste? It is true that we do not recycle enough of our household.
But sheer population growth isn’t the only reason we’ll need more food. The spread of prosperity across the world, especially in China and India, is driving an increased demand for meat, eggs.
This warns that there is not going to be enough water on the agricultural land that is needed for producing enough food in order to feed the population of 9 billion people by 2050. Also, the food prices have skyrocketed in the past few years making it difficult for average earners to afford a three course meal. These effects are witnessed in developing countries that rely heavily on imported.
It means not having enough food, a shelter, access to clean water and also medicines when you’re sick. Rising crime rate is one of the consequences of the overpopulation and poverty; it may lead poor people in the overcrowding country young people in particular to take and turn to crime or drugs.
Both of the world’s leading authorities on food distribution (the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP)) are very clear: there is more than enough food for everyone on the planet. The FAO neatly summarizes the problem of starvation, saying that “the world currently produces enough food for everybody, but many people do not have access to.
The latest available estimates indicate that about 821 million people in the world were undernourished in 2018. One in nine people do not get enough food to be healthy and lead an active life.
The world's population is growing rapidly and reached 7.3 billion people in 2011. The highest rates of population growth are occurring in low-income developing countries (LIDCs), such as Zimbabwe.