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English Oral Presentation : Overpopulation
Transcript of English Oral Presentation : Overpopulation
human > carrying capacity
Man cannot live in the mist of plenty.
(An essay to the principle of population, 1978 )
Thomas Robert Malthus
billion at 2042
(Population institution, 2011)
On the contrary...
Does human population growth benefits the environment and society?
measures in tons of CO2
Source : IEA, 2010
CO2 Emission and Population Growth
total amount of greenhouse gases used to directly or indirectly support human activities
Once logged, it will emit large amount of CO2
Rate of climate change increases
promotes greenery of the planet
Source: Bostun University; Ridley, 2013
Mother Earth on "fever"!
increase in global temperature
melting of glazier and polar icecaps
Source: Natural Resource Defence Council, 2005
more often than not...
Source: Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2010
lack of availability of arable land
food price rises
Quality of life falls
Live in small depreviation to severe deficiency
(Population Media, 2009)
need of education, health care and livelihoods
Supply of human capital for economic growth
labor force availability
lower cost of labor and production
average labor cost is only 5% of those in developed countries
stable economy growth rate 9.3%
1.3 billion of human population
more often than not...
high rate of unemployment
high crime rate
((China Daily, 2002; World Bank, n.d.)
unpredictable climate change
starvation and low quality of life
the government of nation with high population
reduce birth rate
enhance status of women
role of international community
curb greenhouse gases emissions
protocols and conferences
(Natural Resource Defense Council, 2005).
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ENGLISH ORAL PRESENTATION
Name : Pak Eng May
Class : Eng-2-12
Lecturer : Ms. Michelle Chan
(Time For Change, 2007)
Reduces capacity of planet to absorb CO2