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Lecture 10

by: Alexandra Torres

Lecture 10 ISS 310

Alexandra Torres
GPA 3.4
People and Environment (I)
Dr. Lucero Radonic

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People and Environment (I)
Dr. Lucero Radonic
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexandra Torres on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ISS 310 at Michigan State University taught by Dr. Lucero Radonic in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see People and Environment (I) in Social Work at Michigan State University.

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Date Created: 10/18/15
c There are 7 billion people in the planet 0 How does population change Babies are born every day The population bomb was introduced to society Before the industrial revolution just a small of people were born 0 Industrial revolution make life expectancies grow Example Asian countries 0 There is a cultural shift People prefer to have small families Today most of the people in the world prefer to have 2 children 0 Example Woman in Bangladesh Economy Rages can vary from one dollar a day very poor to ten dollars a day middle class and 100 a day rich people Depending on the economical class on where people belong they shift their periodization of resources Example African family that rst buys shoes then tries to buy a bicycle that will help them reach places quicker Very poor people Middle cass drive cars and if they have more money they ride airplanes And it goes up Rich people see everyone equally poor but middle and low class people can notice the difference What percent of adults in the world are literate Industrial revolution China moves fast when it comes to lifespan Everyone used to be at a poor range but things improved rapidly after the industrial revolution 0 China used to have the biggest amount of extreme poverty Today it has shaped into a less poor community Markets improved Agriculture in Africa They need better technology RESOURCES Half of the resources are used by the rich people The other half is distributed between the other classes and in different resources cars bike shoes priority Mozanbique Big coal reserves yet they are very poor VenezueIa own 0 really poor too Richest Find the way to to redistribute their resources quotThe world is much better than all of you thinkquot CLASS EXPLANATION Notice What are the trends is population growth What are the causes for those trends How wealth is distributes How it has changed and what39s going to happen Connection between population growth and the distribution to resources Environmental effects Understand the impacts


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