Longer Lives, Bigger Impacts On Climate Change and Extinctions says a new study, reports Dominic Rowland at Mongabay.com. The number of people simultaneously using resources on this planet is due both to the increasing numbers being born, but also to the longer lives – people are not dying as fast as they are being born. This means a bigger carbon footprint, and greater pressure on the survival of other species.
OO Will Increased Food Production Devour Tropical Forest Lands? It sure looks like it, and growing populations are driving it.
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