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Tony Hirst looks at population models and the effects of changing fertility rates.
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How is education structured in China? This article explores...
How have the films and radio programmes broadcast by the BBC shaped how we understand environmental change issues? Joe Smith shares his journey through the archives in the second part of a two part podcast series.
How have the films and radio programmes broadcast by the BBC shaped how we understand environmental change issues? Joe Smith shares his journey through the archives in a two part podcast series.
Dr David Scott explores the rising prison population in the UK and considers a number of measures aimed at downsizing the system.
We've discussed the promotion of industry in 1983 to retain population in the area and reduce the toll of emigration. So, how has the population evolved in the intervening period up to 2015?
Explore the issues surrounding population in the EU Referendum debate, such as migration, EU citizenship and refugees.
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