A report from Eurostat says the average European population is projected to grow by 2.5 million over the next 15 years.
The figure is the lowest since the global population was officially estimated in 1951.
But this will be dwarfed by China’s population of 4.3 billion and the United States’ population of 6.2 billion.
This means the number of EU citizens living in the US will be about two thirds as big as the total population of the European Union, Eurostat said.
The report also found that the number and number of farmers is expected to grow rapidly.
According to the United Nations, farming is expected by 2030 to increase from 1.7 million to 6.3 million, or almost three times the current population.
“Agriculture has been growing rapidly for decades.
This is due to a number of factors, including an improved climate, better access to markets and lower prices for agricultural products,” the report said.
However, the rapid expansion of the agriculture industry has led to a marked increase in CO2 emissions, and has also contributed to climate change.”