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Report: US birth rate too low to replace population
The US birth rate was down in nearly all 50 states in 2017 and below the level needed for the population to replace itself, according to a new government report.
Kabul faces water crisis as drought, population strain supply
Standing in his garden in Kabul, Baz Mohammad Kochi oversaw the drilling of a new well more than 100 meters deep after his first water reservoir dried up. He is not alone.
Government report: China's population set to peak at 1.44 billion in 2029
China’s population is set to reach a peak of 1.442 billion in 2029 and start a long period of ‘unstoppable’ decline in 2030, government scholars said in a research report published on Friday.
Japan suffers biggest natural population decline ever in 2018
Japan suffered its biggest natural population decline ever this year, government statistics show.
Will population decline create a richer society?
The cabinet office regularly publishes its Economic and Fiscal Projections for Medium to Long-Term Analysis outline. The latest projection, released in July, said Japan’s GDP growth “is projected to rise gradually and reach 2 percent in real terms and 3 percent or more in nominal terms in the latter half of the 2020s.” Can we accept such a projection?
More than %50 of Yemen’s population facing ‘severe acute food insecurity’: Survey
Some 53 percent of Yemen’s population, 15.9 million people, is now facing “severe acute food insecurity” as the direct result of a Saudi-led invasion of the impoverished country and the ensuing economic collapse, a survey says.
WWF: Population of animals has declined 60% since 1970
The global population of fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals has declined 60 percent since 1970, according to the WWF's "Living Planet" report released Tuesday.
Tiger population nearly doubles in Nepal
Nepal's wild tiger population has nearly doubled over the last nine years, officials said Monday, in a victory for the impoverished country's drive to save the endangered big cats.
Government: Over 28 percent of Japanese population officially old
More than 28 percent of Japan's population is now officially classified as elderly according to government data, the highest rate in the world as the first wave of postwar baby boomers enter old age.
Quarter of world population is inactive, at risk of heart disease and cancer
A new study by the World Health Organization shows that 1.4 billion people take too little exercise, and are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and cancer.
US officials sued over killer whales’ plummeting population crisis
Environmental campaigners are suing the US President Donald Trump’s administration for allegedly failing to protect the ocean habitat of a species of critically endangered killer whale.
Scotland's mountain hare population is at just 1% of 1950s level
The number of mountain hares on moorlands in the eastern Scottish Highlands has fallen to less than one percent of the level recorded more than 60 years ago, according to a long-term study.
Bird population increases in Turkey's Lake Van
The numbers of birds in eastern Turkey's Lake Van basin have increased following heavy rains in the region, according to a biology professor.
China cuts poor population by two-thirds
China has reduced poverty by more than two-thirds over the past five years, a senior poverty alleviation official said.
South Korea's working population shrinking
South Korea's working-age population is shrinking much faster than in other countries after hitting its peak in 2016, a report said Tuesday.

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