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Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. Imagining tomorrow’s population - Population games. Jelly babies game original instructions. GCSE Demographic Transition Model. The Demographic Transition Model graphs Birth rate, Death rate and Natural Increase.

GCSE Demographic Transition Model

The word demographic simply means population, and transition relates to change. Therefore this model proposes what should happen to a population over time and how it should CHANGE. If birth rate is greater than death rate the population will increase. Jelly Baby Game Population by KAMcArthur - Teaching Resources. GCSE / IGCSE Geography - Jelly Baby Geography. Explicit cookie consent. IN 2007 Cathy McMorris Rodgers, a 37-year-old Republican congresswoman from Washington state, became the first woman in over a decade to give birth in office.

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In 2010 she had a second child, and in 2013 a third. That made her the first, and so far only, woman to give birth more than once while in Congress. Yet although her experience is rare among legislators, new data on births show that she is, in fact, rather typical of one category of American women. While the overall birth rate keeps declining, well-educated women seem to be having more children, not fewer. Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Britain needs millions more immigrants to reduce strain of ageing population. "There is clear evidence that, since migrants tend to be more concentrated in the working-age group relatively to the rest of the population, immigration has a positive effect on the public sector’s debt dynamics.

Britain needs millions more immigrants to reduce strain of ageing population

" The OBR found that Britain's ageing population and strained healthcare system means that there will need to be an extra £19billion of spending cuts or tax rises after 2019. Population Pyramids of the World from 1950 to 2100 - GCSE / IGCSE Geography - Jelly Baby Geography. Why do women live longer than men? Women experience higher stress, more chronic disease, more depression, more anxiety and are more likely to be victims of violence.

Why do women live longer than men?

Women earn less than men, and in many countries they don’t have the same human rights as men. Despite the social inequality women experience, they live longer than men. This is the case without a single exception, in all countries. For instance, in the U.S. in 2015 female full-time workers made only 80 cents for every dollar earned by men, indicating a 20 percent gender wage gap. Yet, life expectancy for women in the U.S. is 81.2 years compared to 76.4 for males. Even in countries with larger wage gaps or extreme gender inequalities, women live longer than men. As a researcher who studies cross-country and gender differences in health, I am always fascinated by how the intersection of these factors influences health. Life expectancy to break 90 barrier by 2030. South Korean women will be the first in the world to have an average life expectancy above 90, a study suggests.

Life expectancy to break 90 barrier by 2030

Imperial College London and the World Health Organization analysed lifespans in 35 industrialised countries. It predicted all would see people living longer in 2030 and the gap between men and women would start to close in most countries. The researchers said the findings posed big challenges for pensions and care for elderly people. "South Korea has gotten a lot of things right," Prof Majid Ezzati told the BBC News website. Why does a Nigerian Muslim leader want to restrict polygamy?

Image copyright AFP Polygamy is widely accepted all over Nigeria but one of the country's most prominent Muslim leaders is trying to ban the practice - in some cases.

Why does a Nigerian Muslim leader want to restrict polygamy?

A Real-Time Map of Births and Deaths - The Atlantic. Untry File: Mapping rural-to-urban migration. Benjamin Hennig visualises how the world has move to the cities, and what will happen next...

untry File: Mapping rural-to-urban migration

Within the next five years rural living will have reached its climax. According to the United Nations World Urbanization Prospects (a biennial publication from the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs), rural populations will have reached their absolute high in 2022 with approximately 3.38 billion people. This is only slightly up from the current 3.37 billion people, showing how the number of people not living in cities has flatlined since the turn of the century and comes after a period of continuous growth since the 1950s when only 1.78 billion people lived in the countryside. The current long-term projections see this number going slightly down to 3.2 billion people by 2050. Untry File: Mapping rural-to-urban migration. The Glasgow Indicators Project. London household spending outstrips the rest of the UK. London households’ average weekly spending is one and-a-half times more than households in the North East of England, latest data from the ONS shows.

London household spending outstrips the rest of the UK

At £652.40, households in London spent the most each week, on average, of all the UK countries and regions, while households in the North East spent the least at £423.50. Overpopulation – The Human Explosion Explained. EDpuzzle. Google. World Migration Map - Data Visualization by Metrocosm. This map shows the estimated net immigration (inflows minus outflows) by origin and destination country between 2010 and 2015.

World Migration Map - Data Visualization by Metrocosm

Blue circles = positive net migration (more inflows). Red circles = negative net migration (more outflows). Each yellow dot represents 1,000 people. Hover over a circle to see that country’s total net migration between 2010 and 2015. 7 billion people and you: What's your number? Sources: All population data are based on estimates by the UN Population Division and all calculations provided by the UN Population Fund.

7 billion people and you: What's your number?

The remaining data are from other sections of the UN, the Global Footprint Network and the International Telecommunications Union. Is two-child policy changing China? This doomsday clock tells you when Japan's sex problem will cause the country to go extinct. DVIDSHUB/Flickr Mark August 16, 3766 on your calendar. According to a countdown clock put together by researchers at Tohoku University, that's the date Japan's population will dwindle to one. For 25 years, the country has had falling fertility rates, coinciding with widespread aging. The worrisome trend has now reached a critical mass known as a "demographic time bomb.

" When that happens, a vicious cycle of low spending and low fertility can cause entire generations to shrink — or disappear completely. The doomsday clock developed by Hiroshi Yoshida and Masahiro Ishigaki, economists at Tohoku University, relies on population and fertility data from 2014 and 2015. Yoshida and Ishigaki's model estimates there are fewer than 16 million children alive in Japan today; the number only continues to fall. The Fertility Day Fiasco – Extra Newsfeed. South Korea's new drive to boost flagging birth rate. Image copyright Getty Images South Korea's government has announced a host of measures to encourage people to make more babies, as concerns grow over the country's stubbornly low birth rate. Couples seeking fertility treatment will get state financial support regardless of their income level from September, the Korea Herald reports. What are migration levels like in your area? Migration is a topic which often features in newspaper column inches and on our television screens.

Today it was revealed that over the last year net migration (the balance between immigration – those entering the UK for a year or more, and emigration – those leaving the UK for a year or more) was estimated to be 327,000. Also, it was reported that across the UK 1 in 8 people were born outside the UK. But the picture of migration is more complex; migration affects some local areas more than others. What do you think the levels are like in your local area? How much does the non-UK born population vary across the UK? Teaching about refugees and migration. Migration, and specifically the migration of refugees, has been a constant item in the news during summer 2015.

The topic allows students to explore key concepts in human geography and to hone their geographical skills and locational knowledge. It also makes an appearance in the 2014 National Curriculum and in the new GCSE and A level specifications (download a table showing coverage here). This resource includes background information and teaching ideas for teachers to deliver a relevant, engaging and topical curriculum to their students. Children on the Frontline: The Escape - On Demand - All 4.

Children on the Frontline: The Escape - On Demand - All 4. Explicit cookie consent. Which are the most corrupt cities in the world? As a teenager, Michael Cassius McDonald worked the railroad cars. It was the 1850s, Chicago was rapidly growing into a major national transport hub, and for young runaways and street urchins the city’s bustling train carriages offered numerous opportunities for illicit enrichment. McDonald was a “candy butcher”, offering sweets and trinkets to tired passengers.

Two Billion Miles: interactive video story. In search of safety complete teaching pack. Migration to the EU. - Geography for 2016. The European Refugee Crisis and Syria Explained. Census questionnaire (2011) English Household schedule. Denmark’s bizarre series of sex campaigns lead to baby boom. Denmark’s birth rate is set to increase following a series of targetted sex campaigns, including one that called on Danes to “Do it for mom”.

Last year a string of campaigns were released over national television encouraging Danish people to procreate. World Population. How a falling birth rate stalls the world economy. Glasgow school has no ‘Scottish’ students, headteacher reveals. Explicit cookie consent. TO MARK the United Nations’ International Women’s Day on March 8th, we present our “glass-ceiling index” which aims to reveal where women have the best chances of equal treatment at work. It combines data on higher education, labour-force participation, pay, child-care costs, maternity rights, business-school applications and representation in senior jobs. We've also included paternity rights as an additional measure this year. Studies show that where new fathers take parental leave, mothers tend to return to the labour market, female employment is higher and the earnings gap between men and women is lower. Yet Another Refugee.

Successful family planning in Bangladesh – a holistic approach leads to lower fertility rates rates and empowers women. Bangladesh has made remarkable achievements in reducing the average number of children per woman of reproductive age (total fertility rate – TFR). This figure was above seven in the early 1970s, but, according to World Bank, it is now merely 2.2.

Chart: By 2030, Delhi’s Population Will Approach Tokyo’s. It's HOW much to raise a child? Huffingtonpost. Migration rise outpaces population growth. Data from the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs shows there are 244 million people worldwide living outside their country of birth, including 20 million refugees.