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La Planète et l’Homme - 1e partie: la population du globe et l'espace vital

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L'évolution de la population du globe est mise en parrallèle avec les différentes civilisations. La poussée démagographique présente des fortes discontinuités en liaison avec la découverte de nouvelles technologies et la sédentarisation des peuples. Si la croissance actuelle se maintient, de profonds bouleversements devraient se présenter d'ici 2050 en raison des disponibilités en espace vital. La seconde partie évoquera les limites liées aux disponibilités au niveau atmosphère, accès à l'eau et à la nourriture et à la problématique énergétique.

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  • André Fontana, 2009. "La Planète et l’Homme - 1e partie: la population du globe et l'espace vital," Working Papers CEB 09-044.RS, ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
  • Handle: RePEc:sol:wpaper:09-044
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    population mondiale; civilisations; espace vital;

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