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Focus (Population: Overpopulation and Poverty) #599201

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 03, 1994
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(Studio: Jon Scott) Report introduced.

(New York: Ann Curry) The impact of overpopulation on the environment that leads to starvation, poverty and political unrest examined; scenes shown from Haiti, the Philippines, Somalia, China, Mexico. [State Department Tim WIRTH, Population Action International Dr. Joseph SPIEDEL - comment on the consequences.] Statistics on world fertility and the population growth rate cited. [Worldwatch Institution Les BROWN - cites importance of family planning.] President Clinton's administration noted supporting world family planning.

(Studio: Jon Scott) Report from Population Action International on the need for better sex education for the world's teenagers cited.

Reporter(s):
Curry, Ann;
Scott, Jon
Duration:
00:03:40

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