Population Growth’s Regional Variations

November 1, 2011

Population Growth’s Regional Variations
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As the world’s population surpasses seven billion, CFR Senior Fellow for Global Health Yanzhong Huang identifies the variety of ways in which different global regions are impacted by population growth. Huang argues that a region- and issue-specific approach is needed to address population issues.

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