Why the Population Time Bomb Hasn’t Finished Exploding

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Letters: Defusing the population bomb
Los Angeles Times
In the Indian state of Kerala, the literacy rate is comparable to European nations; as a result of educating women, the rate of population growth there is low. Even Iran reduced its population growth in the 1990s by requiring couples to take a course in family 
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Crawley’s population growth ‘not hurting town’
This Is Sussex
CRAWLEY’S population is growing – but it isn’t having a negative impact on the town, councillors have promised. The Office for National Statistics has released the first wave of results from the 2011 Census, which show the town’s population has increased by 
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Taiwan’s Population Growth to be Negative by 2025
The Taiwan Economic News
Taipei, July 25, 2012, (CENS)–Taiwan, already reported to have the world’s lowest birth rate, is predicted to be a “graying society” after six years, with population growth to be negative by 2025, when the proportion of 65-plus people rises to 20%, according to 
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On the effects of effective population
Discover Magazine (blog)
But, to the extent that our future population growth itself depends on further advances in healthcare, we’ll also be altering the regime of such natural selection, ideally relaxing it in ways that help people live healthier lives no matter what variants they carry in 
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World Bank warns on inequality threat to SA
Business Day
INEQUALITY had become a “corrosive” reality threatening growth in South Africa, and without social grants, 40% of the population would have seen incomes decline in the first decade after apartheid, the World Bank said yesterday. The Washington-based 
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Why the Population Time Bomb Hasn’t Finished Exploding
Smithsonian (blog)
In a 1968 book The Population Bomb, population biologist Paul R. Ehrlich warned of an impending systemic collapse of a world which was, at that time, pushing toward a human population of 4 billion. A soaring  Looking Back on the Limits of Growth
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Lake Hallie, Lafayette, Auburn on upswing
Chippewa Herald
Otherwise, the projections made by the state would not be a surprise to people who have followedpopulation growth trends in Chippewa County. For example, the population in the town of Lafayette over the next 30 years is expected to grow 57.9 percent, 
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Latin America’s New Tigers forge ahead
MarketWatch
Characterized by youthful populations, growing middle classes, relatively low debt and dynamic economic expansion, these countries are poised to grab a bigger share of the region’s growth and attract more money from international investors. Standing out in 
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Census reveals population rise
This Is Hampshire
Test Valley increased in size from a population of 110000 in 2001 to 116400 ten years later. This is compared to a population growth of ten per cent for nearby Basingstoke and Deane. The south-east remains the region with the largest population in England 
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