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Population growth not the cause of world hunger: economist - Manitoba Co-operator

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Manitoba Co-operator Population growth not the cause of world hunger: economist Manitoba Co-operator The economist and Trent University professor who specializes in the political economy of agrarian change in developing capitalist countries, says...
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China to relax the one-child policy

China to relax the one-child policy | Population  AS | Scoop.it

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oyndrila's curator insight, November 16, 2013 9:44 PM

The decision to relax the policy was much needed. The reactions from the citizens and the future consequences would be worth watching.

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Six questions on China’s one-child policy, answered

Six questions on China’s one-child policy, answered | Population  AS | Scoop.it
What you need to know about China’s one-child policy and how it is changing.

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oyndrila's curator insight, November 17, 2013 11:43 AM

Consequences and predictions.

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China's one-child policy to be relaxed as part of reforms package

China's one-child policy to be relaxed as part of reforms package | Population  AS | Scoop.it
'Re-education through labour' policy and increased mobility for rural population also among new Communist party plans

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Ageing China: Changes and challenges

Ageing China: Changes and challenges | Population  AS | Scoop.it
Interactive look at China's changing population structure and the challenges facing the younger generations.
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One-Child Policy: Chinese Population May Be Growing Old, Not Rich

One-Child Policy: Chinese Population May Be Growing Old, Not Rich | Population  AS | Scoop.it
China made its first major change to its controversial one-child policy in three-decades to grapple with a massive shift in its population toward the elderly and to combat a looming worker shortage, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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The costs and benefits of China's one-child policy

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The recent announcement that China’s one-child policy will be partially relaxed will be celebrated worldwide by libertarians, human rights activists and, most importantly, Chinese couples who have longed…...

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UK population: how will it change over the next few decades?

UK population: how will it change over the next few decades? | Population  AS | Scoop.it
The UK's population is set to increase to more than 70 million by 2028. Find out how much of that is to do with new births and how much of it is to do with migration

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Nation braces for more babies - People's Daily Online

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People's Daily Online Nation braces for more babies People's Daily Online It posted on its micro blog that the revised policy is expected to alleviate 19 consecutive years of negative growth in Shanghai's population and provide a solution to the...

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Population Matters » For a sustainable future

Campaigning for environmentally sustainable populations worldwide. (Population Matters » For a sustainable future I talk about the problems of population explosion in India and...
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Family planning holds key to growth as population outpaces economic gains - draftitt

Family planning holds key to growth as population outpaces economic gains - draftitt | Population  AS | Scoop.it
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