|CHAPTER 12: POPULATION, CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION - INTRODUCTION|
Population is a key element in the human impact on the environment. Population growth is often held to be the root cause of environmental problems, but the interactions between population, economic development and environmental change are too complex to support this conclusion. Other important factors, such as distributional patterns, migration and living standards, have a major role affecting the impact of population on natural resources and the environment.
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