Click to View: 1. Population Policies, Programs, and the Environment
Click to Enlarge Slide 1. Population Policies, Programs, and the Environment
Click to View: 2. Food, Water and PopulationPresentation to:The Fred F. Bixby ForumThe World in 2050
Click to Enlarge Slide 2. Food, Water and Population Presentation to: The Fred F. Bixby Forum The World in 2050
Click to View: 3. The current status of food security
Click to Enlarge Slide 3. The current status of food security
Click to View: 4. Reasons for recent food insecurity
Click to Enlarge Slide 4. Reasons for recent food insecurity
Click to View: 5. Impact of under nutrition
Click to Enlarge Slide 5. Impact of under nutrition
Click to View: 6. Factors relating to food security
Click to Enlarge Slide 6. Factors relating to food security
Click to View: 7. Availability of food increased more rapidly than population from 1950-2000
Click to Enlarge Slide 7. Availability of food increased more rapidly than population from 1950-2000
Click to View: 8. Current and projected future demands on life-supporting ecosystems threaten future food security
Click to Enlarge Slide 8. Current and projected future demands on life-supporting ecosystems threaten future food security
Click to View: 9. Continued…
Click to Enlarge Slide 9. Continued…
Click to View: 10. Water shortage is a growing problem
Click to Enlarge Slide 10. Water shortage is a growing problem
Click to View: 11. Population growth will increase demands on already inadequate crop and range lands
Click to Enlarge Slide 11. Population growth will increase demands on already inadequate crop and range lands
Click to View: 12. Wild Fisheries are at their limit
Click to Enlarge Slide 12. Wild Fisheries are at their limit
Click to View: 13. Climate Change is a major threat to food security
Click to Enlarge Slide 13. Climate Change is a major threat to food security
Click to View: 14. The FAO lists 34 countries either in food crisis or at high risk of food insecurity due to high food prices
Click to Enlarge Slide 14. The FAO lists 34 countries either in food crisis or at high risk of food insecurity due to high food prices
Click to View: 15. An Action Agenda
Click to Enlarge Slide 15. An Action Agenda
Click to View: 16. Unintended pregnancy is the factor in continued population growth that is most amenable to program and policy intervention
Click to Enlarge Slide 16. Unintended pregnancy is the factor in continued population growth that is most amenable to program and policy intervention
Click to View: 17. Funding shortfalls for Family Planning in developing countries
Click to Enlarge Slide 17. Funding shortfalls for Family Planning in developing countries
Click to View: 18. Assuming $15 billion/year is needed for family planning in developing countries and 1/3 should come from donors, then $5 billion/year is needed
Click to Enlarge Slide 18. Assuming $15 billion/year is needed for family planning in developing countries and 1/3 should come from donors, then $5 billion/year is needed
Click to View: 19. Stabilizing climate will be essential
Click to Enlarge Slide 19. Stabilizing climate will be essential
Click to View: 20. Features of a new economy to restore natural systems
Click to Enlarge Slide 20. Features of a new economy to restore natural systems
Click to View: 21. Discussant:Daniel KammenUniversity of California, Berkeley
Click to Enlarge Slide 21. Discussant: Daniel Kammen University of California, Berkeley
Click to View: 22. Discussion
Click to Enlarge Slide 22. Discussion