Do we really have too many people? Or do we have an acceptable number? Or might we even have too few? In any case how can 9-10 billion people be fed sustainably and equitably by 2050?
In this course you will find the answers behind all those questions. You will learn about demographic transition, population, inequality, water crises and global justice. You will find out ways to ensure safe, effective and affordable healthcare for a bulging population.
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Course Credit: University of Oxford
|Overpopulation or underpopulation?||00:48:00|
|Water Scarcity: a shortage of water or a shortage of ideas?||01:02:00|
|How can 9-10 billion people be fed sustainably and equitably by 2050?||00:56:00|
|Scarce resources – problems and solutions||01:03:00|
|Safe, effective and affordable healthcare for a bulging population||00:34:00|
|Population, inequality and global justice||00:52:00|
|Are there limits to growth?||00:46:00|
|Exploring the demographic transition in the 21st Century||00:49:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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