Time Is Now to Control Our Population Growth Rate

Time Is Now to Control Our Population Growth Rate
With each Rwandan woman producing an average of 4.6 children during her lifespan, our national fertility rates remain one of the highest in the world. At the same time, our population is growing at the rate of 2.8% every year with the use of any forms 
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If our population doesn’t grow, the economy stalls
Sydney Morning Herald
The reality is though that without population expansion Australian economic growth will stall, placing pressure on company valuations and the performance of the sharemarket. Live examples of this already exist in Japan, Italy and Greece. Australia 
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China’s Coming Great Deleveraging
Huffington Post (blog)
The deteriorating income inequity makes it harder for GDP growth to trickle down to the overallpopulation. In 2010, net profits from two large state-owned enterprises (China Mobile and Petrol China) outstripped the net profits from the top 500 private 
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State agency forecasts job growth
Sierra Vista Herald
According to the Arizona Office of Employment and Population Statistics, the state will gain 102900 jobs this year and next, for growth of 4.3 percent over the two-year period. The report, released in May, projects 47100 new jobs in 2012 and 55800 in 
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Sarpy growth will need big money for roads, sewers
Omaha World-Herald
From its confluence with the future U.S. Highway 34 bridge in the east, through Papillion and to Springfield in the west, the potential for Platteview Road to boost the county’s population to nearly 350000 people in the next four decades will depend on 
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De-Jargonned | Demographic dividend
De-Jargonned | Demographic dividend, Demographic dividend is the benefit a country gets due toincrease in the working age population compared with dependants such as children and old people, Money Matters.
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Women’s Inequality Linked to Soaring Population
Access to contraception, and education will surely result in slower population growth, and a reduction in poverty levels,” said Engelman. On World Population Day, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton released a statement stressing the importance of 
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Don’t delay – congestion, population keep growing
Austin American-Statesman
Critics of the project contend that it would threaten an environmentally sensitive area and cause additional population growth. Environmental issues in our fragile Central Texas home are a serious concern and worthy of intense scrutiny, but as a region 
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Forest Service halts logging approvals for old-growth area in southern Utah
The Republic
The Alliance for the Wild Rockies and the Utah Environmental Congress say logging would have removed old-growth forests north of Escalante that support a dwindling population of goshawks. They held up the logging plan in federal courts and took credit 
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