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Finding the Balance: Population and Water Scarcity in the Middle East and North Africa

(2002) The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)* is the most water-scarce region of the world. Home to 6.3 percent of the world's population, the region contains only 1.4 percent of the world's renewable fresh water.

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Report. Population and Water Scarcity in the Middle East and North Africa

(2002) The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)* is the most water-scarce region of the world. Home to 6.3 percent of the world's population, the region contains only 1.4 percent of the world's renewable fresh water.

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Report. Population and Water Scarcity in the Middle East and North Africa (Arabic)

(2002) The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)* is the most water-scarce region of the world. Home to 6.3 percent of the world's population, the region contains only 1.4 percent of the world's renewable fresh water.

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Project: PACE: Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health

Future Trends in Fertility Will Shape the Demographic Window of Opportunity in USAID Priority Countries

A country’s age structure is primarily driven by its past fertility trends, which have important economic, social, and political implications.

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L’urbanisation: une force environnementale incontournable

(Avril 2004) Les êtres humains sont devenus une force environnementale d'importance croissante ces dernières 10 000 années.

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Report. Población y escasez de agua en Oriente Medio y África septentrional

(2002) The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)* is the most water-scarce region of the world. Home to 6.3 percent of the world's population, the region contains only 1.4 percent of the world's renewable fresh water.

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PRB Discuss Online: Does Climate Change Threaten Our Cities?

(2010) The cities and towns of developing countries are projected to absorb at least 2.5 billion additional people by 2050. At the same time, these areas will experience global climate change likely to bring floods, droughts, food insecurity, and loss of livelihoods.

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PRB Discuss Online: Population and Climate Change, What Is the Link?

(2009) Climate change may adversely affect the population in many parts of the globe, in particular in developing countries where there is still substantial population growth.

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PRB Discuss Online: Child Poverty in America

(2009) The percent of children in poverty (19 percent based on data released on Sept. 10 by the U.S. Census Bureau) is far higher than that of the working-age population or the elderly.

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