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Figure application/x-ica Population pyramids for Europe, Africa and Asia
Back and forward projection methods are used to reconstruct populations by age, sex, and level of educational attainment. The back projections cover 1970-2000. The forward projections are for 2005-2050.
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Figure Education — percentage of population aged 15–64 having a level of education following secondary schooling (qualified at tertiary level), 2004
The map shows the proportion of the city population between 15 and 64 years with a higher education (ISCED level 5 and 6).
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Figure Correlation between fertility and female education
The graph shows the correlation between adult female literacy (X-axis) rates and fertility rates (Y-axis) by country. Circles are proportional to national country population.
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Figure D source code Population pyramids for 2000 and 2050. Population by age, sex and educational attainment
Comparison between the year 2000 and projected 2050 population by age, sex and educational attainment for Africa and the European Union
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Publication chemical/x-pdb Urban environment - SOER 2010 thematic assessment
The global population is congregating in our cities. Eighty per cent of the world’s estimated nine billion people in 2050 are expected to live in urban areas. Our cities and urban areas face many challenges from social to health to environmental. The impacts of cities and urban areas are felt in other regions which supply cities with food, water and energy and absorb pollution and waste. However, the proximity of people, businesses and services associated with the very word ‘city’ means that there are also huge opportunities. Indeed, well designed, well managed urban settings offer a key opportunity for sustainable living.
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File D source code Cities, where the living is good?
Quality of life in cities and towns can mean many different things to people. Finding the right balance of a healthy environment and good social and economic provisions is a precondition. Participants of the 2008 Open Days (European Week of Regions and Cities) talk about how they see their cities and towns as a good place to live in.
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