Koala Is Now A ‘Threatened Species’ In Australia, Population Has Dwindled Over The Years

There is a drop in the koala population in most parts of Australia due to habitat loss, urban expansion, vehicle strikes, dog attacks and disease have contributed to their dwindling numbers.

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Population Explosion In The Developing World Must Be Addressed As Part Of Environmental Issues

Addressing the growing population and consumption must be part of protecting environment, according to Royal Society.

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Poaching Threatens Elephant Population To Extinction Despite Protected Sanctuary

Almost a third of the population or some 200 elephants in the national park in northern Cameroon were killed by poachers and the massacre is still going on, according to a wildlife protection group.

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Is The World’s Poor In Jeopardy?

The growing world’s population is forecasted to reach 9.1 billion people by 2050.

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Jakarta’s Urban Development Threatens Wildlife Reserve

Indonesia’s surging economy and fast growing population is driving a building boom in Jakarta, which suffer from a legacy of poor urban design and weak enforcement of planning laws.

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World Population To Reach 9.2 Billion in 2050

The World’s population will likely reach 9.2 billion in 2050, with nearly three times as many people over the age of 60 and virtually all growth in the developing world, the UN Population Division reported.

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The Making Of An “Ecological City” In China

The governments of China and Singapore have combined their expertise and finances to develop the future city, which has a planned population of 350,000 and includes schools, medical facilities and business districts.

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