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A Closer Look (The Future: Population) Part IV #183149

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 07, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) World population statistics cited.

(Washington: John Martin) Life in the coming millennium as the world population grows examined. [Population Reference Bureau Carl HAUB - says we don not know how many children women will have in the Third World.] [The Population Institution Werner FORNOS - explains where the mega-cities will be.] The need for women in the developing world to be given education and jobs to promote family planning noted. [Population Council in India Saroj PACHAURI, Principia College president George MOFFETT - say social services will limit the size of families.] [New PARENT - comments.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Tomorrow's start of a new segment previewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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