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them want to help the climate if they knew they themselves and their families were in danger. 7. According to a study in 2005, 85% of Americans complete high school, and 27% complete a bachelor’s/undergraduate college program. What relationship do you think education has with action taking place to counteract climate change? When do you think information like what we discussed today should be introduced? Education has a large relationship with the lack of change in climate. When people are less educated they live in less sanitary environments, leaving them in more danger of disease. They also are less informed about the dangers of the behaviors that cause climate change. The information, which was discussed today, should be introduced to these people immediately 8. Historians have said for centuries that the planet could not take any more great increases in population, yet the there’s only been one decline in recorded human history. What has enabled us as a globe to keep growing and to grow at higher rates as we have been? Many things allowed us to keep growing our human population. People discovered soap and disinfectants, which kept germs and bacteria from getting us sick. The advancement of medicine allowed us to live longer and decrease the death rate greatly. Depends on human decisions and human ingenuity” 9. What has caused fertility levels to decline across the planet from what they were in the Middle Ages to what they are today? The vasectomy was introduced in India, the (pull out method as discovered), China implemented the 1 kid per family rule. Many various types of birth control was discovered, and people realized it wasn’t Gods controlling how many children we have, we can control it!
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