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Unformatted text preview: Population and Water Issues Issues Country Population Over Time Country
1950 China Soviet Union India US Japan Indonesia Germany Brazil UK Italy 2000`2050 Country Population Over Time Country
1950 China Soviet Union India US Japan Indonesia Germany Brazil UK Italy France 2000 China India US Indonesia Brazil Russ Fed Pakistan Bangladesh Japan Nigeria Mexico 2050 Country Population Over Time Country
1950 China Soviet Union India US Japan Indonesia Germany Brazil UK Italy France Bangladesh 2000 China India US Indonesia Brazil Russ Fed Pakistan Bangladesh Japan Nigeria Mexico Germany 2050 India China US Pakistan Indonesia Nigeria Brazil Bangladesh Congo Ethiopia Mexico Philippines Megacities in 2007 Megacities
Tokyo 33.6 Seoul 23.4 Mexico City 22.4 New York 21.9 Mumbai 21.6 Delhi 21.4 Sao Paulo 20.6 Los Angeles 18 Shanghai 17.4 Osaka 16.7 Cairo 16.1 Kolkatta 15.7 Manila 15.6 Jakarta 15.1 Karachi 15.1 Canton 14.7 Buenos Aires 13.6 Moscow 13.5 Beijing 12.8 Dacca 12.6 New Megacities in 2025: New
Lagos Bangalore Bangkok Hyderabad Lahore Madras Manila New Delhi Shenyang Yangon 5 World Population Growth World Specific Population Issues Carrying Capacity Water Resources Food Production Natural Disaster Susceptibility City Population Growth
30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1950 1975 2000 2015 Tokyo New York Karachi Dakka Lagos Mumbai Americans use 183 gallons of water a day for cooking, washing, flushing, and watering purposes 4,000 gallons of water are needed to grow one bushel of corn, 11,000 gallons to grow one bushel of wheat, and about 135,000 gallons to grow one ton of alfalfa 1,400 gallons of water are used to produce a meal of a quarter pound value meal 1,800 gallons of water are needed to produce the cotton in a pair jeans, and 400 gallons to produce the cotton in a shirt U.S. Water Use (USGS) U.S. Your Water Use and Water Footprint Footprint USGS Water Use Calculator Water Consumption Calculator Water Footprint H2O Conserve Water Footprint Calculator Water Stress and Water Scarcity Water Water Stress = Less than 1700 m3 per person per year Water Scarcity = Less than 1000 m3 per person per year 1.5 billion people lack access to safe drinking water supplies (World Bank) 2.5 billion people lack access to basic sanitation (World Bank) Malarial and diarrheic diseases are leading causes of infant mortality WATER STRESS Lake Meade Today Lake World Population Density World Populations Impacted by Water Stress Stress Water Stress Plus Water Scarcity Water Jesrami, R. & M., www.artisandevelopers.com/web/tokyo 2 Gribbin, Insight on the News 3 Asia Development, Population and Development 4 Jacot, UNESCO Courier; Silber, Insight on the News 5 Asia Development, Population and Development 6 Gribbin, Insight on the News 7 Jacot, UNESCO Courier; Konvitz, OECD Observer 8Silber, Insight on the News 9 Jacot, UNESCO Courier 10 Gribbin, Insight on the News 11 Gribbin, Insight on the News 12 Major, Environment; Cohen, Finance and Development 13 Jacot, UNESCO Courier 14 Major, Environment 15 Major, Environment 16 Asia Development, Population and Development 17 www.cityscenes.com 18 www.cityscenes.com 19 Jesrami, www.artisandevelopers.com/web/tokyo 20 Jesrami, www.artisandevelopers.com/web/tokyo 21 Gribbin, Insight on the News 22 Jesrami, www.artisandevelopers.com/web/tokyo
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