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Ilani Morales

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Transcript of Russia

In 1990 the Russian population was decreasing so they paid women $250,000 rubles ($9,200) to have a second child.
Every since 1990 the population has been unstable going up & down.
In 1992, Russia’s population entered a period of growth with the number of deaths being higher than the birth combined with the number of immigrants.
143 million will plunge to about 107 million people by 2050 if population continues to decrease.
Five times as many people are emigrating than there were during the early 2000's
Population of 2015 142,098,141
Birth/death rate
Birth rate as of 2014 13.3 births/1,000 population
Death rate as of 2014 13.1 deaths/1,000 population Life expectancy
males=66.7 years females=76.5 years

Population laws
2013, President Vladimir Putin signed a law banning abortion advertising but abortion itself has been talked about being banned but has not yet.
In 1990 Vladimir Putin recently declared that women choosing to have a second child would receive 250,000 rubles, nearly $11,000 baby has to be born on June 12, Russia Day if they do give birth that day they will get a prize refrigerators, TV sets, washing machines, even cash, and one lucky family would be picked to win the grand prize: a brand-new Russian-made jeep called the UAZ-Patriot.
In the 1970’s there was a tax placed saying that if a women had less than two children she would be taxed a higher fee, if you had two children then your tax would stay the same, anything more than two children the tax would be decreased.

Cities Vs Rural
City population 102,701,802 73.2% of the population
Rural population 37,664,759 26.8% of the population
This is because in rural areas the poverty level is 26% higher than it is in the cities and because buisness activity hasn't increased since 1993.

Population and pollution
In 84 of Russia’s largest cities the air pollution is ten time the safety level,
Russia produces a large portion of the world's released greenhouse gases.
The testing and dumping of Nuclear weapons and reactors caused major pollution.
Russian Women
Many of the women in Russia relied on the use of abortions as a type of birth control. Took one or more than a dozen trips to the abortion clinics throughout their child carrying years.

Mostly Russian women emigrate for more political freedom-women make 46.9% of the employed







In our opinion we believe that the Russian's population is decreasing because of people emigrating to other countries and because of children restriction laws
Thank you for watching
Made by: Diamond Towns, Ilani Morales, Joshua "Jefe" Garcia,
Kailee Crayton, and Shania Torres.

We want to give a special thanks to Ms. Flanagin for allowing
us to do this. If it wasn't for her we would've had to do the
plain old presentation.
!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!
Dams that were built on Russia's main water sources limited the amount of water they receive, it also limited fish and polluted water in some areas
Vast forest for lumber are found in Russia but are being taken away by cities on the European side.
Russia accounts for about 20% of the world's production of oil, natural gas,and owns large amounts of both fuels.
Russian art
Эй, ребята, это наша Prezi, и мы собираемся показать вам, что это о так we надеюсь, вам понравится это!

"Hey guys, this is our Prezi, and we're going to show you what it's about so we hope you like it!"
Russian Intro
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