Population Dynamics and the Environment

  • Wilfred Mlay


Over the last two decades, culminating in the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992, the state of the world environment has occupied center stage as a critical global concern. For centuries, since human beings first inherited planet Earth, the environment has provided the resource base which has made possible human sustenance and human progress.


Population Growth Rate Environmental Degradation Develop Region Environmental Resource Earth Summit 
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