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Population Growth & Resettlement


Adriana Feldpausch

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Population Growth & Resettlement

Population Growth & Resettlement Climate Change Water, Land, Natural Resources Social Media Accelerants Demands on Infrastructure Digital Grassroots Liability Platforms Changing Governance Cooperation Radar Referendum on consequences People, Animals, Microbes, Pathogens Finite Resources Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Google Thin social safety nets Growing gap in government capabilities Shaping tolerable risk Geographic base redefined Public-private partnerships Population growth & species extinction Pathogens adapt to new environment Arable land percent by country "There is something special about modern times- these are good times for pathogens to be invading the human population."
- Professor Mark Woolhouse Peri-urban settlement grow Slum Growth, 1990-2001 Growth in cell phones give new voice Government health expenditures per person The food safety lawyer "If you or a loved one have suffered severe gastrointestinal illness after eating at the Lombard Subway, please contactPritzker Olsen Attorneys" CODE PINK- Calls on women across the world to rise up and oppose the war in Iraq and all future wars Cargill & The Nature Conservancy:
Responsible soy producation in the Amazon Tomato Food Safety Initiative:
Academia, tomato producers and government agencies work to reduce foodborne illness General Mills, USAID & PEPFAR:
Partnering to improve food distribution in Africa Public-Private Partnership Urban Migration
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