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Year: 2009
Is population growth the elephant in the (development) room? Some commentators assert it is the most pertinent development issue the world faces, but one which policy makers – for fear of impinging ‘human rights’ – are unwilling to address
Year: 2009
The book "Himalayan Households, Tamang Demography and Domestic Process written by Tomes E
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Year: 2009
Climate change will bring with it increased frequency of two types of natural disasters that affect agriculture and rural households: droughts and floods
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Year: 2009
Livestock-poultry, small ruminants (such as goats and sheep), cattle, and pigs-provide many benefits for human well-being
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Year: 2008
Due to lack of exact population figure of HKH region, people have been using differing figures
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Year: 2008
75 per cent of the world's poorest people - 720 million men, women and children who survive on less than US$1 a day - live in the rural areas of developing countries
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Year: 2007
The challenge of global climate change is engaging scientists across a wide range of disciplines and has become an important issue for politicians and environmental agencies around the world
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Year: 2007
Chile is maturing politically and becoming a more modern and globalized society
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Year: 2007
So far in this first decade of the 21st century, more than 1 billion people are subsisting on less than US$1 per day, and more than 800 million people are suffering from hunger
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Year: 2007
Today, there are about 1 billion extremely poor people in the developing world who subsist on less than $1 a day
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