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Population. Sources: The World Food Problem Leathers and Foster, 2004 World Hunger 12 Myths Lappe Collins and Rossett, 1998 Hesketh et al., New England J. Med 353: 1171-1176 Wikipedia. http://www.lastfirst.net/images/product/R004548.jpg. Thomas Malthus.
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Populace Sources: The World Food Problem Leathers and Foster, 2004 World Hunger 12 Myths Lappe Collins and Rossett, 1998 Hesketh et al., New England J. Med 353: 1171-1176 Wikipedia http://www.lastfirst.net/pictures/item/R004548.jpg

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Thomas Malthus 1798: Essay on the Principle of Population as it Affects the Future Improvement of Society Population development has a tendency to exceed the method for subsistence Food increments numerically while populace increments geometrically poor people can be kept alive by philanthropy, however since they would then proliferate, this is savagery in camouflage .

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Paul Ehrlich 1968: The Population Bomb "The fight to sustain all of humankind is over. In the 1970s the world will experience starvations—Hundreds of a great many individuals will starve to death"

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World Population

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World Population http://www.theglobaleducationproject.org/earth/pictures/last pictures/g-pop-development diagram delineate

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Human Population Density http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.theglobaleducationproject.org/earth/pictures/last pictures/future map.gif&imgrefurl=http://www.theglobaleducationproject.org/earth/human-conditions.php%3Fformat%3Dprint&h=279&w=600&sz=15&hl=en&start=3&tbnid=s2UwthIUrW89qM:&tbnh=63&tbnw=135&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dlife%2Bexpectancy%2Bmap%26gbv%3D2%26hl%3Den

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Demographic Transition First, high birth rates and high demise rates Then, enhanced expectations for everyday comforts, wellbeing cause passing rates to drop Finally, low birth rates coordinate low passing rates

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Demographic Transition 1750-1950: Occurred in created nations 1950: Began to see demise rates drop in creating nations 2050: Projected culmination of move

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Demographic Transition Example: U.S. History When agrarian culture, individuals had many children Source of security, work

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Demographic Transition Example: U.S. History When got to be distinctly mechanical, less children/family Lowered baby mortality No compelling reason to depend on youngsters\' work More open doors for ladies Happened without conception prevention

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Global Fertility 1950\'s: 5 kids/lady 1970\'s: 4 kids/lady 1990\'s: 2.8 kids/lady Replacement: 2.1 kids/lady

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Global Population development rate is backing off and will in the long run stop Dip in 1960 because of 30 million passings in China Great Leap Forward Famine

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World Population Projection Estimated to crest at 11 billion in 2200

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World Population Growth

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AIDS 40 million individuals contaminated with HIV Many will pass on of AIDS Will not significantly affect worldwide populace development Will Impact a few nations Losses by 2020: Uganda 45% Rwanda 35% Malawi 30% Malawi AIDS vagrants

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Global HIV

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Food Production per Capita Food Production per capita is rising worldwide But falling in Africa Food creation is staying aware of populace Otherwise nourishment costs would have risen Food costs have dropped

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Food Production in Sub-Saharan Africa Food Production in Sub Saharan Africa not staying aware of populace

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Per Capita Production of Calories, Fat, Protein

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Progressivist View Things are great and improving: Worldwide way of life Education Health Trade People are an advantage. Populace causes deficiencies which raise costs, invigorating business visionaries to fulfill the deficiencies. We wind up happier accordingly. Julian Simon

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Progressivist View Two vital pointers of advance and change in life are Decreased Infant Mortality Increased Life Expectancy

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Life Expectancy http://www.theglobaleducationproject.org/earth/pictures/last pictures/future map.gif

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Revisionist View Adoption and spread of horticulture have caught mankind in a winding of Population development Ecological demolition Social oppression. The issue originates from the counter environmental culture (religion) of rural social orders people are above and not a portion of nature (worldwide biological system) and thusly can demolish it voluntarily. Human advancement depends on Agriculture

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Daniel Quinn 1992: Ishmael Although populace is 5.5 billion, we create enough nourishment for 6.0 billion despite the fact that millions are starving Because we deliver enough sustenance for 6 billion, in 3 or 4 years there will be 6 billion individuals. At that point, despite the fact that millions are starving, we will deliver enough for 6.5 billion. Therefore in another 3-4 years there will be 6.5 billion To end this procedure, must face the way that expanding sustenance generation doesn\'t sustain the eager, it just fills the populace blast.

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Social Equity View Problems of destitution overpopulation environmental pulverization Are because of disparity of riches injustice of financial and social frameworks Frances Moore Lappe, Food First http://www.mediathatmattersfest.org/mtm05/img/frances_moore_lappe.jpg

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If the world were 100 individuals (2005) 51 male 49 female 60 Asians, 14 Africans, 12 Europeans, 8 Latin Americans, 5 from USA and Canada 1 from the South Pacific 82 nonwhite 18 white 67 non-Christian 33 be Christian (Source: Family Care Foundation)

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If the world were 100 individuals (2005) 80 live in substandard lodging 67 not able to peruse 50 malnourished 1 kicking the bucket of starvation 33 without access to safe water supply 39 need access to enhanced sanitation 24 have no power Most of the 76 with power utilize it just for light during the evening (Source: Family Care Foundation)

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If the world were 100 individuals (2005) 7 have entry to the web 1 has a school training 1 has HIV 2 close birth 1 close demise 5 control 32% of the whole world\'s riches All 5 U.S. subjects 33 endeavor to live on 3% of worldwide pay (Source: Family Care Foundation)

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Both appetite and high richness happen when: Poverty is extraordinary and far reaching Society denies security and chance to individuals Infant mortality is high Most individuals can\'t get arrive, occupations, instruction, medicinal services, maturity security Few open doors for ladies outside of home Bangladesh mother

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Children Labor constrain Chance for work in city Security real venture reasonable decision

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Women\'s Education Powerful indicator of lower ripeness Reflects opportunity in the public arena

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Male Poverty Low self-regard Dominate ladies and kids Thus more youngsters

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Examples Sri Lanka: l ower cost rice prompted to populace decrease Cuba: l ow costs for sustenance and human services lessened populace rate from 4.7 to 1.6 Kerala, India: bring down cost rice, lamp oil 1/3 birth rate of normal in India Literacy for ladies is 2.5 circumstances normal in India Kerala, India

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Family Planning Birth Control is in charge of just 15-20% aggregate fruitfulness decay Thus populace development can\'t be cut down basically by family arranging or contraception yet it can speed the decay Contraceptive use in Developing World has expanded 9% in 1960 60% in late 1990s Demographic Transition requires enhanced Health Social Security Education IUD: Intra Uterine Device

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Sterilization Encouraged by Western contributors for creating nations Quotas are set Incentives are utilized Cash, streets, transportation, toilets For hungry, decisions are restricted 1/3 of wedded ladies in India and China are cleaned Indian lady

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Puerto Rico: La Operacion U. S. seized in 1898 Sugar organizations set up endless manors Small ranchers ousted By 1925, 2% of populace claimed 80% of land, 70% of populace landless\' Unemployment named "overpopulation" by U.S. By 1940\'s light assembling moved in pulled in to shabby work, low assessments

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Puerto Rico: La Operacion Young ladies were critical to work compel Problem was pregnancy Result: enormous cleansing project Women pressured into disinfection without being let it know was irreversible By 1968, 1/3 of ladies childbearing age were sanitized. Displacement and cleansing brought about populace drop with no expansion in way of life.

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Bangladesh Intensive Family Planning in Matlab locale Contraceptive utilize multiplied Resulted in lessened birth rate Cost was high: $120/birth turned away This is 120% of per capita total national output Not replicable on a national scale

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China 1950s, 60s Under Mao youngsters supported Fertility rate: 5.9 kids/lady 1970-1979 new strategy to adapt to overpopulation "one is great, 2 is alright, 3 is too much" "late, long, few" Have less kids later more noteworthy dispersing between Fertility dropped steeply to 2.9 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/greetings/asia_pac/02/china_party_congress/china_ruling_party/key_people_events/html/default.stm

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Fertility decrease in China

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China One Child Policy 1979 "one kid" approach ordered For urban zones Material advantages if have 1 tyke Social & official weight If have more than 1 tyke 71% Chinese are country Multiple kids are normal Fertility rate has declined But additionally declined in other Asian nations without coersion Human rights infringement?

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Birth Control Methods in China

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Skewed sex proportion Sex proportion during childbirth (2000) 117:100 male:female Maternal Hepatitus B may represent a great part of the skewing Boys favored Men look after guardians in maturity Women join spouse\'s family Care for husband\'s folks Selective fetus removal of young ladies Use ultrasound to decide sex If first tyke is a young lady, need second to be a kid Illegal yet presumed Female child murder suspected before ultrasound

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