The Elephant in the Room

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The Elephant in the Room
Huffington Post
For years, too many political and opinion leaders around the world have shrugged off concerns about rapid population growth and escalating consumption patterns as overstated warnings from scientific Chicken Littles.
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Why You Should Be Skeptical of Statistics on City vs. Suburban Population Growth
The Atlantic Cities
Columbia University planning professor David King on why calling the contest is beside the point.
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The Atlantic Cities
Population Growth Results in More People, Not More Prosperity, Finds New 
Melodika.net (press release)
In most cases, rapid, immigration-fueled population growth results in increased unemployment and decreases in per capita income, concludes A Change of Plans: Rethinking Rapid Growth in a Finite World. It also leads to significant declines in quality of 
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Central records lowest population growth rate
The Star
CENTRAL province has the lowest population growth rate compared to other regions, the National Council for Population and Development has revealed. Regional coordinator Fedelis Ndung’u said the total fertility rate in the province is 3.4 pe rcent with 
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Population explosion
ABC Online
When we change with these issues that come from population growth, we will find innovative solutions and embedded in this innovative solutions are going to be business opportunities to invest in and that is going to encourage more growth and more 
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Mumbai Witnesses 6 Percent Fall In Population
South Asian Link
MUMBAI – Mumbai recorded its slowest population growth in the last decade. The population of the city shrunk by 5.75 percent from 2001 to 2011, recording the sharpest drop in south Mumbai since 1901, revealed a detailed analysis of the latest Census 
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South Asian Link
Edmonton’s population tops 817000, census shows
Edmonton Journal
Rose said he expects the population to steadily increase in the meantime. That growth is vital to the city’s future, Rose said. “The key constraint for the Edmonton economy is not jobs, it’s people,” he said. “If we’re going to stay ahead of the game 
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Overpopulation – curse or bonus
Business Recorder (blog)
Rapid population growth is a matter of concern for the World. In October 1999, the human population of the world crossed 6 billion people and it will reach to 13 billion by the year 2067. The contribution of developing countries especially Asian 
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Brazil Electricity Consumption to Surpass 500 TWh by 2016: Kuick Research
PR.com (press release)
This increase in energy consumption has outstripped economic growth, largely because of thepopulation increase as there are more than two million new consumers a year. This emerging economy with a population of more than 190 million has lower per 
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Rwanda : Youth call for measures against rapid population growth
News Of Rwanda Group
Rwandan youth have called upon the government to put in place tough measures against rapidpopulation increase, a problem they say is.
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