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Population Matters May 18
7.6 billion people today, 9.8 billion in 2050, 11.2 billion in 2100 Time to talk about , for people & planet ๐ŸŒฑ Please share if you agree
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Martin Tye 12h
"Expanding the number of workers/consumers via mass immigration lines the elitesโ€™ pockets at the ordinary personโ€™s expense. The policy is working precisely as intended." "Big Australia", very very big mistake!
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Amazing Mapsโ„ข May 14
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Prof. P.A.Varghese May 15
needs2b curtailed. FP measures r 2 b tried.Reservation/subsidy withdrawals can b tried. But measures like China's 1 child policy, needs Constitution amendment requiring 2-3 majority in d plmnt. Otherwise PM will b harassed by all 4 d curtailment of fundamental /rights
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CIESIN May 15
New from : The 1st spatially-explicit global data set containing location+size of populations over the last 6,000 years. 10,352 records for 1,805 cities 3700 BCโ€“AD 2000.
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MapScaping May 14
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FatherStretchMyBands May 18
They should practice more humane forms of Population Control so the Dumb part of society goes first do something like switch peoples followers around with how many people they follow overnight and watch people drop like flies Vanity Kills what the Soul Cant HiDe ๐Ÿ˜ด
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Martin Tye May 16
As Australians keep voting for it (via Lib/Lab/Greens), I am curious, what exactly is it about rapid growth that you expect will enhance your "quality of life"? Can someone please enlighten me?
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Egg Freezing App May 17
U.S. fertility rate fell to a record low, for a second straight year. Social forces are also at work. Women are postponing marriage, becoming more educated and are more likely to be the primary breadwinners for their households.
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Martin Tye May 18
Here is a land which once supported 1-2 million people sustainably for many thousands of years. Now we want to load 40, 50, 100 million people onto it. What could possibly go wrong?
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Bryan Druzin May 19
Given the divide in the US, maybe should just declare and see how red-state fares without it. The countries in red have a smaller than California.
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Simone Alexander May 17
Some of you know that I recently left my job and perhaps you're wondering what I'm up to. Pleased to let you know that The Demog Blog is slowly taking shape - watch this space!
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Population Matters May 19
? Only 5 times in our planetโ€™s history have so many species & so much been lost so quickly. The 5th was when the dinosaurs were wiped out Reduce , reduce impact. Time to act. Pls RT
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Population Matters May 19
50 years after he published 'The Bomb', our patron Paul Ehrlich lays the cards on the table for the uncertain future we face in an overpopulated world. If you listen to one thing today - listen to this.
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Vetrissimo 9m
Between 1975-2014 it took only 12 years to increase world population by 1 BILLION ! Imagine how much extra food and extra hospitals, doctors, school and teachers that billion extra people need. Mind boggling !!
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Bryan Druzin May 18
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Linda Gill ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›โค๏ธ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿจ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’™๐ŸŒ May 15
I live in , where the gov. has created a situation where the exceed growth. Where the & have precedence over the & of our community & environment! ?
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Ash(Right2Xpression) May 19
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ADB Europe May 18
"Basic Statistics 2018" presents information on indicators related to land, , sustainable development goals , national accounts, money, balance of payments, reserves, external debt, and central government finance. Free download
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Prachika Patel May 18
We were brainwashed 2 believe that is a liability, in fact it is not. & 's biggest strength is its population. understand its importance. hence they become 12 out of 2. we become 1 out of 2. Kab tak ?
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