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Population: One Planet, Too Many People?

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, January 2011


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Resource IDimeche2011
Resource titlePopulation: One Planet, Too Many People?
Author/sourceInstitution of Mechanical Engineers
Date publishedJanuary 2011
Summary text/ abstractThe human population of the world is undergoing unprecedented growth and demographic change. By the end of this century there will be an estimated 9.5 billion people, 75% of them located in urban settlements and striving for increased living standards. Meeting the needs and demands of these people will provide a significant challenge to governments and society at large, and the engineering profession in particular. In rising to this challenge, the engineers of today, and the future, will need to be innovative in the application of sustainable solutions and increasingly engaged with the human factors that influence their decisions. They will need strong, visionary and stable support from governments around the world.
Library categoriesEconomics, Energy, Food & Agriculture, 'Limits to Growth', Planning System, Simplicity
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