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Population can't be capped: minister - April 8

AUSTRALIA'S first Minister for Population, Tony Burke, says it is impossible to cap the nation's population growth.

September 16 2011

Think there's a problem? Rest easy, we've got a minister for it - April 9

Kevin Rudd is no Big Brother. If anything, he's a nerdy little brother who happened to make it big. But this week's announcement of Australia's first Minister for Population, Tony Burke, had more than a tinge of the propagandistic about it.

September 16 2011

People problem inflated - April 9

Politicians and the public are in danger of misplaced panic over population.

September 16 2011

Tony Burke to check push for growth

THE nation's first population minister has backed Kevin Rudd's call for a "Big Australia", but says growth must be controlled in areas where the country has reached capacity.

September 16 2011

New population minister Tony Burke flips on population target for 2050

KEVIN Rudd's new Population Minister will not set a population target.

September 16 2011

The big country takes a lean turn - April 11

The appointment of a Minister for Population has sparked a debate on how many people Australia can support. Matthew Moore and Yuko Narushima report.

September 16 2011

Aspire to Greatness

The Australian Population Institute (APOP) attempting to justify a population of 35 million by 2050.

September 16 2011

Billionaire club in bid to curb overpopulation

America's richest people meet to discuss ways of tackling a 'disastrous' environmental, social and industrial threat. John Harlow, Los Angeles The Sunday Times May 24, 2009

September 16 2011

Is Population Growth a Ponzi Scheme?

According to Ponzi demography, population growth — through natural increase and immigration — means more people leading to increased demands for goods and services, more material consumption, more borrowing, more on credit and of course more profits. Everything seems fantastic for a while — but like all Ponzi schemes, Ponzi demography is unsustainable. Joseph Chamie | Thursday, March 04, 2010

September 16 2011

N.Korea's Population Grows as Life Expectancy Dwindles

North Korea's population has grown larger but average life expectancy has become shorter, according to a recent census. The Wall Street Journal reported that North Korean authorities conducted the census in 2008 under the aegis of monitors from the UN Population Fund (UNFPA). The Chosun Ilbo

September 16 2011

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