Zero Population Growth

Population Connection (formerly Zero Population Growth or ZPG) is a non-profit organization in the United States that raises awareness of population challenges and advocates for improved global access to family planning and reproductive health care. The organization was founded in 1968 by Paul R. Ehrlich, Richard Bowers and Charles Remington in the wake of Ehrlich's best-selling book, The Population Bomb. The organization adopted its current name in 2002.

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Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2019 Update: Fostering Growth and Inclusion in Asia's …

ADBI · 13 October 2019 English

Developing Asia’s gross domestic product is forecast to slow from 5.9% in 2018 to 5.4% in 2019 and 5.5% in 2020. Inflation across developing Asia is forecast to increase from …

Paper. World Bank. Alonso, W. 1973. Urban Zero Population Growth. Daedalus 102(4). Amirapu, A., R. Hasan


Fostering Growth and Inclusion in Asia's Cities: Theme chapter of ADO 2019 …

ADBI · 11 October 2019 English

This chapter identifies and analyzes Asian cities’ shortcomings as effective labor markets in three major problem areas: urban mobility, land-use management, and affordable housing. It also examines the relationship of …

Paper. World Bank. Alonso, W. 1973. Urban Zero Population Growth. Daedalus 102(4). Amirapu, A., R. Hasan


The Revised EBA-Lite Methodology

IMF · 3 July 2019 English

The Methodology review identified three broad areas for improving the EBA-Lite methodology: (1) expanding the fundamentals and policy determinants in the CA and REER regressions to better capture the external …

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Issue 34 Spring 2019 - Sir David Attenborough Speaks Out - “Slowing …

Population Matters · 9 April 2019 English

Together, they covered the impact of uncontrolled are available to us on the only planet that population growth as a threat to security, food safety, economic development and the environment, as well as

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PPLIED LEARNING CURVE - The challenge of STEM education

ATSE · 20 March 2019 English

Is Australia’s Workshop builds on decades of transport industry Australia-Japan collaboration tech-ready? The Academy hosted a transdisciplinary The Academy collaborated with the The analysis of the transport sector is symposium …

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Optimal Climate Policy and the Future of World Economic Development

World Bank Group · 1 February 2019 English

although global poverty is falling and the economic lives of the poor are improving worldwide, leading models of climate economics may be too optimistic about two central predictions: future population growth We report results of small modifications to a standard model: under plausible scenarios for high future population growth (especially in sub-Saharan Africa) and for low future TFP convergence, we find

the 2100 growth rate and so on. We assume zero population growth in all WPP cases from 2200 onward. Note


The Labour Force in Canada and Its Regions

desLibris · 2019 English

'In this study, data from Demosim microsimulation model are used to assess the labour force participation rate of Canadians in 2036 under various scenarios of population growth and participation rates

Canada’s CMAs should have negative or near‑zero population growth by 2036. These results are largely related


Környezeti Management és Jog Egyesület - az első 15 év - gondolatok …

EMLA · 22 May 2018 Hungarian

Míg a neoklasszikus felfogás szerint a gazdaság és a természet különálló rendszerek, amelyek között a kapcsolódási pontokat három tényező jelenti (természeti erőforrások, mint termelési tényezők; a természeti értékek közvetlen fogyasztási …

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Armenia - Systematic country diagnostic : Sustainable, inclusive agriculture sector growth in …

World Bank Group · 6 April 2018 English

Following an overview of the sector’s major characteristics, the study analyses the determinants of agriculture sector growth from 2004-2015, a period characterized by both expansion and contraction. The links between this growth and employment creation are then considered, followed by review of the inclusiveness of observed sector growth.

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Sustainable, inclusive agriculture sector growth in Armenia : lessons from recent experience …

World Bank Group · 27 March 2018 English

Agriculture has recorded strong growth during 2004-2015. It grew by 83 percent and accounted for a quarter of the 70 percent growth in the overall economy during this period. This growth has been driven largely by increased productivity of semi-subsistence farms through increased fertilizer and improved seed use. The growth has largely been inclusive of small scale farmers. Agricultural export more than quadrupled between 2004 and 2015.

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