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View Resource Global Warming: Earth's Reaction to Exponential Population Growth

Mankind may have killed off its first species of dolphin. Humans may soon be on a long list of other species at risk due to our own actions, and growing population.
View Resource Human Population Growth: Environmental Crisis or Sustainable Economic Boost?

In the last half century, the worlds population has doubled from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 5.9 billion in 1998 and continues to climb. The United Nations projects that the worlds population will be...
View Resource Social Implications of Human Population Growth and the Effect on Global Climate Change

One of the most pressing social issues of the 21st century, both in the United States and abroad, will be human population growth and its effect on global climate change.
View Resource Mercury in the Nation's Streams - Levels, Trends, and Implications

This report summarizes selected stream studies conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) since the late 1990s, while also drawing on scientific literature and datasets from other sources....
View Resource Protecting Global Resources: But at What Cost?

As the millennium approached, one out of the thousands of children born daily became a benchmark in human history. Unknowingly, this baby became the six billionth person to inhabit Earth. Its...
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