Sea level rise and flooding are definitely major issues, but not ones that will kill hundreds of thousands at once. And it's not as though population density correlates to humanitarian crises--the DRC and Somalia, for example, have way lower population densities than Bangladesh but are also much poorer and have more humanitarian crises.
Quizmaster please correct it! Or correct the description..
I find it very fascinating to compare the different density numbers. (especially when you take a lot at the countries behind the numbers and what they do and do not have in common)
@kalbahamut These complaints aren't "chauvinistic"... It's not like the International System of Units was only used in one country. It's literally used in the entire world except three countries (Liberia, Myanmar and the US).
The actual number would be about 10.000/km² if you go by 5 people
Excluding Scotland, Wales and NI, England is 415 per square km, similar to the Netherlands. 🇳🇱