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MapScaping Aug 17
This globe, displaying nasa's SEDAC 2020 world population data, uses a white background with the population grid in place of the basemap. Source: 🌍 @esrigram
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World Economic Forum Aug 17
11 facts about the world's changing
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Martin Tye Aug 15
Get ready to pay more for people, as a rapidly growing competes for a scarce resource. Ahhh... the unaccounted for costs of .
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ABC News Aug 6
Australia's to hit 25 million — newest resident likely to be young, female and Chinese.
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Petra Campbell Aug 6
So a ‘respected demographer’ from ANU plugs the LNP /Coalition line that 250,000 immigrants a year is ok as long as we provide infrastructure. Do demographers get any training in ecological sustainability?
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Martin Tye Aug 16
All true, so why do so many so-called "Greens" choose to ignore the issue? growth now seems to have become a sacred cow- an untouchable subject.
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Martin Tye Aug 8
Australia's "Economic Growth" is underpinned by rapid growth. While the idea of 'growth' may have a superficial appeal, this form of 'growth' has a very dark underbelly.
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DOSS INDIA Aug 18
Most often we come across clients telling us“I eat healthy ”. When we surveyed about the breakfast eaten commonly,we have found that major in the cities have for breakfast.Most of working people prefer to have#CORNFLAKES’as their GoTo breakfast as it’s easy
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Martin Tye Aug 15
It is my belief that this deliberately engineered period of rapid growth, requested by , delivered by all the major parties, & voted for by their supporters, will go down in history as the biggest mistake we have made.
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Bernard Salt AM Aug 3
On 7 Aug the Australian will pass 25 million. Our projected population is now 38m by 2050, up 12m in the last 20 years. We need to be world's best practice in city planning, raising taxes, integrating migrants, creating wealth & being tolerant.
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Dereje Wordofa Aug 7
“We are seeing renewed attention to young people, to support their aspirations and prepare for healthy aging now and in the future.” ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Martin Tye Aug 16
If we are going to have a Big Australia , then we must accept a smaller slice of: our water, land & the wealth generated by our agriculture & mining exports. We must accept a declining Quality of Life & declining ecosystems...OR we could just not have a !
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イルカショーに行かないで。イルカ猟は残酷。 Aug 13
claim they have been living on for hundreds of years. But that was when the was tiny. Today there are 7.6 Billion people on . Eating the rapidly diminishing is NO LONGER .
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Peter Cook Aug 16
"Rapid growth is one of the key drivers of emissions and one of the determinants of vulnerability to impacts; it therefore should be considered as a potential policy lever."
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Martin Tye Aug 14
The delusional "solutions" to coping with endless growth seem to know no bounds. Rather than aim for & stable populations any fantasy will suffice, it seems.
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MapScaping Aug 16
States with a smaller population than Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County estimate (2016): 10,137,915
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Martin Tye Aug 15
A rapidly growing , a diminishing resource base; blended with , eco-collapse and rising social tensions! Quite a cocktail!
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USAFacts Aug 9
Did you know that single parents make up 31% of all families with children, down from 32% in 2012, but up from 20% in 1980? - Explore our annual report to find out more:
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Batman Aug 17
When will we admit that most of this planet's problems are causes by ? But we are animals, indeed. We rather be death to note having children.
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Maps and Places Aug 9
I believe this map is slightly outdated, because it says 6.9 billion. Nonetheless, I thought it was very cool. Enjoy! Credit: fanmaps (Instagram)
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