TED Talk – Hans Rosling – Global Population Growth.docx

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TED Talk – Hans Rosling – Global Population Growth, box by box 1960 – population had reached 3 billion people -doesn’t use digital technology to show how to population has progressed into the future (today is launching a new analogue teaching technology) the blue box represented the idea of 1 billion people (the industrial part) box was from Ikea - blue 2 billion in the developing world 2 boxes from Ikea – green Industrial part – they were rich, healthy, educated, with small families - aspiration was to buy a car / Volvo develop world- the aspiration was to have food for the day -thy were saving to buy a pair of shoes Gap between the west and the rest 4 billion people have been added to population since 1960 -2010 (western population moved over here -aspiration is to now fly the most successful of the developing people moved on and merged their economies with developed and they have moved on to now buying cars Chinese company Geely, acquired the car company Volvo The 2 billion over here that were struggling for food and shoes are still almost poor as they were
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