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ERIC Number: EJ036192
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Publication Date: 1971
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Impact of Population Growth
Ehrlich, Paul R.; Holdren, John P.
Science, 171, 3977, 1212-1217, Mar 71
Discusses the interrelated crises in population growth, natural resources, and environmental quality. Major problems include population control, redirection of technology, closed resource cycles, equitable opportunity distribution and prosperity. Population growth is regarded as causing a disportionate world-wide negative environmental impact. Population control is important to industrial as well as underdeveloped nations. (JM)
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