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This month on the Asia-Pacific Perspective: China sets up an oil rig in Vietnam's Economic Exclusion Zone; Japan sets a 100 million population goal for 2060; and Thailand teeters on the edge of martial law. Please visit apperspective.net OR corbettreport.com for show notes. Thanks for watching, please share.
Senior Official Opening Video Sixth Asian Pacific Population Conference Sixth APPC September 16-20, 2013 Bangkok, Thailand The Sixth Asian and Pacific Population Conference (APPC) will set the regional population and development agenda for the next decade. Held once every ten years since 1963, the APPC provides a vital forum for forging and strengthening partnerships across the region in the field of population and development. The Conference will review the region's successes, challenges and future priorities in the area of population and development. The conference agenda covers a wide range of issues, including poverty reduction, sexual and reproductive health and rights, HIV and AIDS, gender equality, youth, ageing, migration and sustainable development. The Conference, convened b...
The Asia-Pacific region must create more and better jobs to turn its population challenges into an opportunity, a new UN report has advised. The Human Development Report 2016 compiled by the UN Development Programme or UNDP suggests innovative policies for maximizing the potential of changing demographics. Asia and the Pacific will have nearly 5 billion people by 2050, meanwhile, the population in the region has tripled over the past 65 years, the agency says. The official launch of the report is scheduled for 26 April in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Tasneem Mirza, Strategic Specialist at UNDP's Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific has been speaking to Jocelyne Sambira.
Likhita Banerji of The YP Foundation in India speaks about why she is attending the 6th Asia and Pacific Population Conference held in Bangkok. The YP Foundation is a youth run and led organization that supports and enables young people to create programs and influence policies in the areas of gender, sexuality, health, education, the arts & governance.
With 4.1 billion people, Asia-Pacific is home to two thirds of the world's population. It is a dynamic region that is fast becoming the engine powering world economic growth. UN ESCAP helps member countries take advantage of this dynamism to foster growth that is equitable, inclusive and sustainable to benefit all the people living in the region, whether they come from economic powerhouses like India and China or from landlocked and least developed countries or small island developing states. Each year, the substantive divisions, subregional offices, and regional institutes of ESCAP undertake a range of activities to ensure that countries take advantage of the many opportunities available, but also to help address the many challenges that remain because at ESCAP we believe that when two...
APEC member economies account for 40 percent of the world's population and generate 53 percent of the global economic output. Two years ago, APEC members agreed to take steps towards regional integration with a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP). Check the video to find out more about FTAAP. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
The world’s population increases by 200,000 people every day and with limits on our land, water and energy, food production is becoming a major global challenge. Syngenta is one company delivering solutions through six commitments laid out in its Good Growth Plan: www.goodgrowthplan.com
http://www.geertromer.nl A graphic of the largest city's of the continents in the world: Asia: Tokyo, Seoul, , Shanghai, Delhi, Mumbay Africa: Cairo, Lagos, Kinshasa, Johannesburg, Al-Khartum North America: Mexico City, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington South America: Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, Lima Europe: Moscow, Istanbul, London, Paris, Madrid Oceania: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland
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Muslim population in the world. Top ten muslim population in the world. Now the muslim is second largest netion after Christianity. By 2050 muslim will match those christian. The population of muslim will crose the christianity about 2070. Muslim population is continue 35% of world population. The Muslim women fertility is more than non-muslim women. The muslim womens are very cearful for her child. So that muslim populetion is growing very first. Muslim populations are entering their childbearing years and will support additional future population growth. 63% non muslim women use barth control but muslim women use only 48 pecent. So that meny people think in 2050 muslim will be the largest netion in the world. Alan Cooperman said “The main reason Muslims are growing not only in number b...
10 countries with the largest Catholic population. Los 10 países con el mayor número de católicos.
This mini-lesson teaches the population of Southeast Asia.