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Eugene C Simpson 12h
Replying to @DNC @GOP and 6 others
Saddens me that by % of The largest of has n & probably all n Kid self if u must but there's no n office not 1. Why is that? ??
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deesha Jan 16
Replying to @xenubarb @KetoDocCLT
There are 7 billion people on the planet and +70 billion farmed animals. So you would rather we cut the human ? After you. Rethink what you are fighting for
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Maria Hernandez, PhD 6h
The risk of poor health outcomes simply because the patient is female, brown, black, or LGBTQ are real. Hospitals need to link patient safety initiatives with health equity. health
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Pauline King Shannon 11h
Isn't it funny how are considered a minority, but there is more of us than the fascist "1%" of the population? Hmm...minority eh? Keep telling yourselves that.
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Ansh Sharma 23h
Population growth is becoming a big problem for India. With population growth, lack of employment and education is decreasing. This is worrying. The Government of India should take immediate action in this direction.
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Aastha R. Naad Jan 17
Replying to @ViraniKetanvrn
True :) we need to control Indian .
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Laffaz 20h
Apart from D Farmers-Herders conflicts bedeviling , youthful is becoming a burden 2D society, 2D economy. ALMAJARIS phenomenon,DRUG abuse,BRIGANDAGE etc. These are not trending in and solutions are not well captured in campaigns.
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Aakash Raut Jan 15
~ Look at the comments at this post. Despite what the Dems are now doing, this shows that among liberals, there’s still opposition to U.S. population growth.
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Deepak Kumar Singh Jan 16
First three country total population= our one state population.
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george udosen 🇳🇬 3h
Has our reduced as I see only four people who refuse to return home even when they know is ok!
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Maria Babiychuk 20h
The growth in last 18 years (from 6,1 to 7,6 milliard people): The most fast growing are Africa, Australia and South America
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Marion A. Osieyo 14h
'We talk about how to make our increasing and more resource-efficient when we should actually talk about how a global of 10 billion by 2050 must produce and consume less.' << the difference between incremental and radical change
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Ayush Chauhan Jan 17
My first write-up! Learned about the trends related to Population during one of my electives . Thank you Professor Caroline Daniels for sharing these readings with us!
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Carolyn Lochhead 5h
Reducing growth means educating girls and providing access to birth control, both virtues in their own right. 45% of US births unplanned, and overseas, girls bearing many children to older men is mostly a male choice.
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Dannie Grant Phiri Jan 17
delves into population boom
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CiteShare Jan 17
’s Looming Crisis: A Shrinking . Decades of “one child” policy, a declining birth rate and an increase in life expectancy add up to fewer young workers able to support a huge and aging population.
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Martin Tye Jan 15
The message was big back in the 60's. If only we'd listened to people like this, rather than the economists & the "growth" seeking corporations... How many problems would have been averted? How much better would the world be today?
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Martin Tye 23h
I just don't get why WWF refuse to speak out on growth.
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Lucas Paschalides Jan 17
Global and European forecasts for 2050. Although the number of children in the World has stabilized, total population will continue to grow.
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Sunil N. Gupta Jan 17
This should include in every party agenda for elections
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