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The future of populous economies. China and India shape their destinies.
Livernash R. Livernash R. Environment. 1995 Jul-Aug;37(6):6-11, 25-34. doi: 10.1080/00139157.1995.9930945. Environment. 1995. PMID: 12320385
China's population over 60 years old will reach 20% by 2020, while India's will be under 15% in 2025. ...China has 12% of rural population living below the poverty line and India has about 33% of its total population impoverished. China's life expectan …
China's population over 60 years old will reach 20% by 2020, while India's will be under 15% in 2025. ...China has 12% of rura …
Are megacities viable? A cautionary tale from Mexico City.
Ezcurra E, Mazari-hiriart M. Ezcurra E, et al. Environment. 1996 Jan-Feb;38(1):6-15, 26-35. doi: 10.1080/00139157.1996.9930972. Environment. 1996. PMID: 12347962
This article describes the poor environmental and living conditions in Mexico City due to its huge size. Mexico City's size is a challenge to sustainability, and the outcome is unknown. ...About 75% of the population has access to wastewater treatment and sanitation, but s …
This article describes the poor environmental and living conditions in Mexico City due to its huge size. Mexico City's size is a chal …