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Book Pages: 0 - Publish Date: 1978 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Arthur McCormack
Book Pages: 264 - Publish Date: 1970 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 89 - Publish Date: 1998 - Publisher: Worldwatch Inst
Description: "This study looks at 16 dimensions or effects of population growth in order to gain a better perspective on how future population trends are likely to affect the human prospect. The evidence gathered here indicates that the rapid population growth prevailing in a majority of the world's countries is not going to continue much longer. Either countries will get their act together, shifting quickly t...
Author(s): Ronald Freedman
Book Pages: 299 - Publish Date: 2017-07-05 - Publisher: Routledge
Description: The population of the modern world continues to grow at a rate unprecedented in human history. How are we to explain this massive increase in the number of living people? What is its consequence, now and for the future? How have populations changed in size and structure since the advent of industrial technology? Can we predict the population trends in developing countries? These and many other sig...
Author(s): Richard N. Gardner
Book Pages: 46 - Publish Date: 1973 - Publisher: Unknown
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Author(s): Paige Whaley Eager
Book Pages: 243 - Publish Date: 2017-07-05 - Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Description: The general assumption throughout history has been that a growing population is beneficial for societies. By the mid-1960s, however, the United States and other developed countries became convinced that population control was an absolute necessity, especially in the developing world. This absorbing study explains why population control is no longer the focus of global population policy and why rep...
Book Pages: 66 - Publish Date: 1985 - Publisher: Aei Press
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Book Pages: 304 - Publish Date: 2020-02-06 - Publisher: Robinson
Description: **A SUNDAY TIMES MUST-READ** 'Riveting and vitally important' - Steven Pinker 'A gripping narrative of a world on the cusp of profound change' - Anjana Ahuja, New Statesman Empty Planet offers a radical, provocative argument that the global population will soon begin to decline, dramatically reshaping the social, political and economic landscape. For half a century, statisticians, pundits and poli...
Author(s): Alison Bashford
Book Pages: 482 - Publish Date: 2014-02-11 - Publisher: Columbia University Press
Description: Concern about the size of the world’s population did not begin with the Baby Boomers. Overpopulation as a conceptual problem originated after World War I and was understood as an issue with far-reaching ecological, agricultural, economic, and geopolitical consequences. This study traces the idea of a world population problem as it developed from the 1920s through the 1950s, long before the late-...
Book Pages: 442 - Publish Date: 1930 - Publisher: Unknown
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