Bibliography on world populations, projections, and effects

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URLs on world population

World Population Profile: 1998, 
   
         http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/wp98.html 
                US Bureau of the Census, Report/98, US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1999.
                    Population data, graphs, tables, projections, methodologies, and relevance.
US Census Bureau
            http://www.census.gov/
                   Population data and relevance
World Population Trends: United Nations Population
            http://www.undp.org/popin/wdtrends/wdtrends.htm    
                   UN data on populations and relevance
Population Aging: 1999
            http://www.undp.org/popin/wdtrends/a99/a99note.htm
                    UN data on the Earth’s aging populations
World Resources Institute
            http://www.wri.org/
                    Population data and relevance  
8. Population and Human Development: Population Trends
            http://www.wri.org/wri/wr-96-97/hd_txt2.html
                     Population data and relevance
  8. Population And Human Development: Emerging And Reemerging Infectious Diseases
            http://www.wri.org/wri/wr-96-97/hd_txt5.html
                     Data about potentially widespread serious diseases
Population Reference Bureau
            http://www.prb.org/
                      Source of many data on populations
  2000 World Population Data Sheet
            http://www.prb.org/pubs/wpds2000/
                      Links to summary data on global and regional populations including many parameters
                             (e.g., life expectancies)
  2000 World Population Data Sheet
            http://www.prb.org/pubs/wpds2000/wpds2000_Population2000-PopulationProjected.html
What Price?
            http://www.pbs.org/kqed/population_bomb/danger/price.html
                     Article on consequences of high and growing human populations.
  Reflections On Sustainability, Population Growth And The Environment
            http://fizziker.com/AlBartlett/population.htm
                     by Albert A. Bartlett
                    An essay about the science and logic of sustainable populations, including myths, politics,
                         and economics of such populations.
Union Of Concerned Scientists
            http://www.ucsusa.org/
Overpopulation
            http://www.overpopulation.org/
                     A site about overpopulation with links to “everything” on the subject.
Sustainability, Carrying Capacity, and Overconsumption
            http://www.overpopulation.org/solutions.html
                    - links to many articles about overpopulation
   
                     - includes synopsis of each article linked
Population Implosion, Graying of the Population, Population Reduction, and Negative
                 Population Growth

            http://www.overpopulation.org/older.html
                   Data on elderly populations
Factoids & Frequently Asked Questions
        http://www.overpopulation.org/faq.html
                   Concise data on world populations

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Articles on effects of world population

_____________, “Feeding the World's Population”, (Brief Article), BioScience, May, 2000.

Bretzke, James T.,  “Legislating Life”, America, May 29, 1999.

Hollingsworth, William G., “Y6B: The Real Millennial Threat. (effects of overpopulation)”, (Brief Article), Sierra, Sept, 1999.

Hopper, W. David, “Introduction: The Future”,  Social Research, Spring, 1999.

Leonard, Mark, “A world without children. populations are decreasing in developed countries, leading to speculation that underpopulation, rather than overpopulation, may be a concern)”,  New Statesman, Oct 11, 1999.

Mcmichael, Anthony J.,  Globalization and the sustainability of human health: an ecological perspective” BioScience,  March, 1999.

Moore, Stephen, “Body Count: Population and its enemies. the population-control movement is gaining steam)”,  National Review, Oct 25, 1999.

Stiefel, Chana, “Population puzzle: is the world big enough? (sustaining population growth)”, Science World, April 13, 1998.

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