human value

Depopulation

Other Names:
Depopulated
Unpopulated
Strategies:
Developing sustainable population policy
Researching relationship between population structure and road accidents
Standardizing national census data
Designing sex education programmes
Coping with population ageing
Developing scenarios for population growth
Funding population programmes
Using abortion for population control
Documenting population trends
Integrating population programmes in environment and development plans
Decreasing population mobility
Strengthening models on linked impacts of population, resource use and wealth distribution
Providing population-based health services
Assessing national population carrying capacity and impact on key resources
Strategic population planning
Monitoring multilateral population assistance
Strengthening institutions responsible for population and sustainable development research
Disaggregating population data by sex and age
Improving socio-cultural factors which support population policies
Increasing awareness of need to stabilize population
Restructuring skill base of population
Training demographers and ecologists in population-environment links
Preparing analytical framework for sustainable development and impact on population
Building demographic factors into local programmes for sustainable development
Preparing training manuals on population and sustainable development
Strengthening research on population, environment and development interactions
Finding waste management solutions for densely populated areas and small islands
Publishing on population issues
Monitoring pests
Extending public transport availability to less-populated areas
Classifying population profile
Increasing general public mobility
Nurturing population health
Upgrading local soil productivity
Furnishing vital community equipment
Threatening citizenry
Establishing official support for population control
Keeping official population record
Opposing population control
Securing religious support for population control
Undermining government opposition to population control
Reducing ecological impact of overpopulation
Studying causes of overpopulation
Studying causes of segregation of minority population into urban ghettos
Segregating poor and minority population in urban ghettos
Increasing population
Ensuring sustainable population levels
Increasing national population
Decreasing population
Decreasing rural depopulation
Increasing rural population
Displacing indigenous population by foreign settlers
Balancing urban population density gradients
Decreasing low-income population
Increasing effectiveness of population control
Establishing policy to ensure global food security
Providing census data
Distributing world population
Distributing population within countries
Restricting population within countries
Restricting world population
Denying ecological impact of overpopulation
Improving condition of rural population
Advising farming population
Evaluating family planning
Networking population research centres
Subjects:
Migrants - test
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values