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Population Trends and Challenges in the Middle East and North Africa

(2001) The people of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have long played an integral, if sometimes volatile, role in the history of human civilization. MENA is one of the cradles of civilization and of urban culture. Three of the world's major religions originated in the region — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Universities existed in MENA long before they did in Europe.

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Report. Population Trends and Challenges in the Middle East and North Africa

(2001) The people of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have long played an integral, if sometimes volatile, role in the history of human civilization. MENA is one of the cradles of civilization and of urban culture. Three of the world's major religions originated in the region — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Universities existed in MENA long before they did in Europe.

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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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Population Fundamentals: Building a Foundation

(2005) A working knowledge of the basic vocabulary of population geography is required in order for students to master important underlying concepts. Likewise, students need to understand the mathematical relationships implicit in population statistics and the broader social and economic implications of such relationships.

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PRB Discuss Online: Environment, Poverty, and Security in Today’s World, What’s Population Got to Do With It?

(2007) How are environmental, poverty, and security trends in today's world affected by population dynamics? What is being done to address these issues? What is needed?

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Understanding and Using Population Projections

Government policymakers and planners around the world use population projections to gauge future demand for food, water, energy, and services, and to forecast future demographic characteristics.

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Policy Brief: Understanding and Using Population Projections

Government policymakers and planners around the world use population projections to gauge future demand for food, water, energy, and services, and to forecast future demographic characteristics.

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PRB Discuss Online: Demographic Divide, Diverging Population Growth Trends

September 2008) More than 80 million people were added to the world's population in 2008, which ensures continued growth in coming decades.

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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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