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The Power of Population Growth

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This article talks about how in the 2050 there will be almost as many people in Nigeria as in the United States, and Ethiopia will have twice as many people as projected in the UK or Germany. The population of many African countries will double. Pakistan will have the sixth-largest population in the world. Even if some of these countries remain relatively poor on a per-capita basis, they could see a dramatic increase in the size of their economies thanks to population growth

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Mining firms suffering never-before-seen capital blowouts – TCM's ...

Mining firms suffering never-before-seen capital blowouts – TCM's ... | E.S. Article- Diego Ramirez | Scoop.it

Thompson Creek Metals, the Denver Colorado-based molybdenum miner said "its Mt. Milligan project in British Columbia may cost as much as 20% more to complete at up to C$1.5-billion, as the company struggles with cost inflation rampant in the mining industry." This connects to class because this semester we satarted talting about mining on ch 16.

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#McStories gets supersized: McDonald stop using gooey ammonia-based 'pink slime'

#McStories gets supersized: McDonald stop using gooey ammonia-based 'pink slime' | E.S. Article- Diego Ramirez | Scoop.it


This article connects to class because we  watched the movie Food inc and in the movie they talked about how Mcdonalds Restaurants made their meat for their hamburgers and to make their meat they used Pink Slime. The movie also talked abot how some pople are getting sick of Ecoli because they are eating that type of food and alot of them had died.


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'Pink slime' food controversy faces health lawsuit - Iowa State Daily

'Pink slime' food controversy faces health lawsuit - Iowa State Daily | E.S. Article- Diego Ramirez | Scoop.it

Pink slime, a word fit for children’s clay or perhaps a fruity body wash, is the nickname that was given to a type of product that is used in the majority of ground beef products that are sold in the United States, including most school lunch programs. This article connecys to class because we watched the movie "food inc" and they taked about Mcdonalds using pink slime to make their food.

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Urbanization is increasing the risk of Heart Disease in children - Business Intelligence Middle East (press release)

This article talks about how urbanization is negatively impacting the health of children and increasing their risk of cardiovascular disease. Children living in towns and cities face very real and growing health risks. Crowded living conditions, air and water pollution, limited green space and an overwhelming display of tobacco, alcohol and fast-food marketing are the main things why children are getting dieseases.

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Population Growth: The Problem In Real Terms By Jason G. Brent

Population Growth: The Problem In Real Terms By Jason G. Brent | E.S. Article- Diego Ramirez | Scoop.it

This article connects to class because we are talking about human population issues and how dramatically the population is growing. This article talks about that human population will exceed 9.3 billion in the year of 2050, This represents an increase of 2.3 billion from October 31, 2010 when population was estimated to be 7.0 billion.

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