Monday, April 22, 2019

España Vacía - Empty Spain

Yet another report that reveals the myth of an overpopulated world and an overcrowded planet.

According to Spain’s ministry for territorial policy, 90% of the country’s population – about 42 million people – live in 1,500 towns and cities that occupy 30% of the land. 
The other 10% (4.6 million people) occupy the remaining 70%, giving a population density of barely 14 inhabitants per square kilometre.

Over the past eight years, 80% of Spanish municipalities have experienced population falls – a figure that rises to 90% for towns and villages which have fewer than 1,000 inhabitants.

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