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The pros and cons of declining populations in developed coun

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Transcript of The pros and cons of declining populations in developed coun

The country's that are developed are in the blue
map of world
list of developed country's
The declining population in developed countrys have pros and cons , and can be solved in many different ways.
what is population
The pros and cons of declining populations in developed countries
By Handel Matthews
This is a chart to show population
My cool chart
This is still real !
This is what is predicted to happen
There are a lot of pros to the population growing.
Australia Austria Belgium Canada Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Japan
Latvia Luxembourg Malta Netherlands New Zealand Norway Portugal San Marino Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan United Kingdom United States
Do you know what a developed country is
A developed country or "more developed country", is a sovereign state that has a highly developed economy and advanced technological infrastructure relative to other less developed nations. .
All the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country. for example in my house the population right now is 4
• Declining population means a smaller workforce and lower tax rolls
• as labour becomes scarcer, and pressure to introduce new technologies to boost workers' efficiency increases, so the productivity of labour may rise
• retirement ages can be lifted to increase the supply of labour even when the population is declining.
• In Japan, for instance, birth rates fell below the replacement rate of 2.1 children per woman in the mid-1970s and have been particularly low in the past 15 years
• Governments hate the idea of a shrinking population because the absolute size of GDP matters for great-power status. The bigger the economy, the bigger the military, the greater the geopolitical clout
• The economy can’t take lots of people leaving because then there will be less producer in the country’s
• Reduction in government expenditure : A declining population have fewer people to cater for and as a result there will be a reduction in expenditure by government
• decreases the level of biodiversity
• As developed country’s stop having kid because they know that there kids will live and grow up but developing countries do not know this so they have lot of kids to also protect them.
• This should be an important issue to everyone
The path to population stabilization requires sustained and critical attention and informed policymaking at all levels
To the course
This is one of the biggest world issue and it does in fact have a lot to do with the population in the country's because for example there are lot more people in south american then north and you can use the difference in hunger and poverty.
Too course
We learned a lot about population and my topic was the decline of this population. Mostly we had learned about the world population and not only the developed country's.
reminder: talk about china's rule over babys
Class questions
What do you think will happen when population go up or down ?
Do you think its a bad thing or a good thing if the population declines?
Do you really think that we will get more technology if are population decreases
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