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Bangladesh’s Agonizing Human Problems are Caused, In part, by it’s incredible population density

The most densley populated nation on Earth is not Japan or China, it’s Bangladesh, a country the size of Wisconsin but with half the population of the U.S. As the world’s population increases geometrically, from 1.3 billion 80 years ago to 5.6 billion now and a projected 13 billion by 2040, Bangladesh makes for a sobering case study.