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Population And Household Projections For South Africa 2001 - 2021
The number,size and structures of households in South Africa have undergone dramatic changes during the past decade. While the total number of households in South Africa has increased from an estimat

Author: Bureau of Market Research
Organisation: University of South Africa
Publish Date: 23/05/2007
Population Control and Reproductive Rights: Mutual Coercion, Decreased Consumption, Women’s Empowerment, or Human Extinction?
Human population increase is a significant contributing factor to the environmental problems currently plaguing the Earth: climate change, resource scarcity, decreased arable land, clean air, and fre

Author: Amy Kash
Organisation: St. Olaf College
Publish Date: 2009
Positing Scenarios for Post 2008 Elections in Zimbabwe: What Would Power Alternation Mean for Zimbabwe?
In the absence of an electoral outcome, the best we can do is to come up with what should be the post election agenda for Zimbabwe

Author: Dr Annie Barbara Chikwanha
Organisation: African Human Security Initiative Program
Publish Date: June 2008
Positioning technology development in the South African construction industry: a technology foresight study
Internationally infrastructure is ageing rapidly and there is increased utilisation of infrastructure due to urbanisation and globalisation. Significant amounts are invested globally to address this

Author: F C Rust, R Koen
Organisation: Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering Volume 53 Number 1
Publish Date: April 2011
Post-2015 Global Agenda: Employment and Perspectives for the Youth
This paper argues that economic growth is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for employment generation. Growth can be defined as “inclusive” when higher earnings are driven by employment oppo

Author: Prof. Dr. Horst Koehler
Organisation: German Government
Publish Date: January 2013
Potential effect of climate change on malaria transmission in Africa
Background Climate change is likely to affect transmission of vector-borne diseases such as malaria.We quantitativelyestimated current malaria exposure and assessed thepotential effect of projected c

Author: Frank C Tanser, Brian Sharp, David le Sueur
Organisation: The Lancet, Vol 362: 1792–98
Publish Date: 2003
Potential of biomass energy out to 2100, for four IPCC SRES land-use scenarios
The availability of the resources is an important factor for high shares of biomass to penetrate the electricity, heat or<br /> liquid fuel markets.We have analysed the geographical and technical po

Author: Monique Hoogwijk, Andre Faaij, Bas Eickhout, Bert de Vries, Wim Turkenburg
Organisation: Biomass and Bioenergy
Publish Date: 2005
Poverty 2039: Exercises in Pro-Poor Foresight
These scenarios were prepared in response to the Institution for Alternative Futures (IAF) call for pro-poor foresight. Using our access to students at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa who come fro

Author: Rex Troumbley & Heather Frey
Organisation: Institution for Alternative Futures (IAF)
Publish Date: 2013
Poverty in Numbers: The Changing State of Global Poverty from 2005 to 2015
Poverty reduction lies at the core of the global development challenge. For the international development community, this objective serves not only as a source of motivation, but as a defining theme

Author: Laurence Chandy, Geoffrey Gertz
Organisation: Brookings Institute
Publish Date: January 2011
Poverty Mapping and Analysis: An RNRRS Synthesis
There is no agreed international definition of poverty. The World Bank states that poverty is hunger. Poverty is also lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being able to see a doctor. Povert

Author: Palmer, J., Bird, N., and Betser, L.
Organisation: UK Department of International Development (DFID)
Publish Date: Jan 2007
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