Book review The urban fix - resilient cities in the war against climate change, heat islands and overpopulation by Doug Kelbaugh New York and London: Routledge 2019. £29.99 (GBP).
But are large numbers themselves a problem? Given the overlap of population growth and environmental problems, many would like to see a change in U.S. policy on global family planning. The Journal of Population Research publishes peer-reviewed papers on demography and population-related issues. Advanced Industrialized Societies Are Growing Older . As of December 2015, people 65 or older account for more than 20% of the total population in only three countries: Germany, Italy and Japan. But decades of poaching and conflict have since decimated African elephant populations. List of issues Latest articles Volume 74 2020 Volume 73 2019 Volume 72 2018 Volume 71 2017 Volume 70 2016 Volume 69 2015 Volume 68 2014 Volume 67 2013 Volume 66 2012 Volume 65 2011 Volume 64 2010 Volume 63 2009 308pp.
Dogs, elephants, horses and kangaroos. In 2001, President George W. Bush instituted what some call the “global gag rule,” whereby foreign organizations that provide … Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Population Studies. This section of the globalissues.org web site attempts to look at and introduce some of these issues. Population issues were recently propelled to the centre of public debate following the publication of the Federal Treasury's 2010 Intergenerational Report.
Considerable debate about issues and priorities in managing population growth in Australia followed the Report's projection that the national population would reach 35.9 million by 2050. Our growing population In 1950, five years after the founding of the United Nations, world population was estimated at around 2.6 billion people. The human population of the planet is estimated to now have passed 6 billion people. International in scope, the journal presents original research papers, perspectives, review articles and shorter technical research notes. Animals in the news. 7 articles on “Human Population”: Populations: A Numbers Game Last updated Sunday, September 02, 2001. Some experts believe the population has already started shrinking. Read the latest research involving animals of every sort and description. UNITED NATIONS -- Earth's human population is expected to coast upward to 9.6 billion by 2050 and 10.9 billion by 2100, up from 7.2 billion people alive today, a … Global population hit 7.3 billion midway through 2015, an increase of 2 billion since 1990. Global Issues >>Population Population Here is where you find the details on why the GENI Initiative is such a compelling argument against overpopulation and other population related issues. It reached 5 billion in 1987and 6 billion in 1999.
In 1930, as many as 10 million wild elephants roamed huge swaths of the African continent.