population growth


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population growth

an increase in the numbers of a population as a result of the birth rate exceeding the death rate.
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rapid population growth and encourage the provincial governments to undertake effective measures for managing population growth.
Participants citing population growth to be main reason of various
In the United States, immigrants have accounted for a third to nearly a half of population growth for decades.
In 2014 and 2015, migration was responsible for 80 percent of Oregon's population growth, continuing the recent trend of "natural increase" contributing a smaller and smaller share to the state's population increase.
UN sustainability goals should not overlook population growth centered in the poor, least developed countries
Since 2009, the population growth has predominantly occurred in the large municipalities.
Demographers project that most of the population growth we'll see by mid-century will occur in poorer countries that consume less than their wealthier counterparts.
Ahmed Burji, warned about the negative impacts of continued rapid population growth in the coming decades.
The reference to population growth was surprising because Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi last year ordered that all government population control programs be killed and that families actively be encouraged to have more children in order to grow the population more quickly.
In fact, population growth in this city accounted for more than one-fourth of all population growth within the six-county region.
Population growth in the Netherlands is a little faster than the average in
Abstract: This paper deals with population growth in the Czech Republic, with valuation of reasons of its current slow progress and with describing its impact on human resources management in organizations, mainly obtaining quality staff and their managing.

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