Lecture2 - Does population matter to you? Are there too...

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Does population matter to you? Are there too many of us?
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Population Issues Demography: Branch of sociology (anthropology) Human science Study of the Statistical Characteristics of Human Population(s) Density and Distributions Predictive Uses Highest 10
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Population CBR Births CDR Deaths Natural "Doubling Time" Projected mid-2008 per 1,000 Increase Years at Pop (millions) population (annual, %) Current (millions) ( 2008 ) Rate 2025 2050 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ WORLD 6,705 21 8 1.2 8,000 9,352 2004 6,396 21 9 1.3 53 7,934 9,276 2003 6,314 22 9 1.3 54 7,907 9,198 2002 6,215 21 9 1.3 54 7,859 9,104 2000 6,067 22 9 1.4 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More 1,227 12 10 0.2 1.269 1.294 Developed 1,206 11 10 0.1 694 1.257 1,257 1,202 11 10 0.1 700 1,260 1,257 1,197 11 10 0.1 700 1,249 1,231 (1,184) 11 11 0.1 Less 5.479 23 8 1.5 6,731 8,058 Developed 5,190 24 8 1.5 44 6,677 8,019 5,112 24 8 1.6 44 6,647 7,940 5,018 24 8 1.6 51 6,610 7,873 (4,883) 25 9 1.7 Less 4,154 26 9 1.8 5,255 6,621 Developed 3,890 27 9 1.8 37 5,201 6,582 (excluding 3,823 28 9 1.9 37 5,192 6,547 China) 3,737 27 9 1.9 40 5,156 6,479
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Back 6.4 billion 2004 6.6 billion 2007 6.0 billion 2000 7 2000 6.7 billion 2007
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CBR Births CDR Deaths Natural "Doubling Time" Projected mid-2008 per 1,000 Increase Years at Pop (millions) population (annual, %) Current (millions) ( 2008 ) Rate 2025 2050 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ WORLD 6,705 21 8 1.2 8,000 9,352 2004 6,396 21 9 1.3 53 7,934 9,276 2003 6,314 22 9 1.3 54 7,907 9,198 2002 6,215 21 9 1.3 54 7,859 9,104 2000 6,067 22 9 1.4 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More 1,227 12 10 0.2 1.269 1.294 Developed 1,206 11 10 0.1 694 1.257 1,257 1,202 11 10 0.1 700 1,260 1,257 1,197 11 10 0.1 700 1,249 1,231 (1,184) 11 11 0.1 Less 5.479 23 8 1.5 6,731 8,058 Developed 5,190 24 8 1.5 44 6,677 8,019 5,112 24 8 1.6 44 6,647 7,940 5,018 24 8 1.6 51 6,610 7,873 (4,883) 25 9 1.7 Less 4,154 26 9 1.8 5,255 6,621 Developed 3,890 27 9 1.8 37
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course EVPP 201 taught by Professor Jonas,r during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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