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Africa Asia author believe average Bangladesh billion birth control birth rates century consider the following contraception and family couples decade demographers depletion developed world developing countries economic effects environmental example exponential growth Family Health International family planning programs family planning services family-planning workers fertility rates fewer following questions following viewpoint Forcing down birth foreign Frances Moore Lappe global population Global Resources global warming goal growing human numbers human rights improving incentives increase International Population Control Karl Zinsmeister land major ment Nations Population Fund overpopulation ozone Paul Ehrlich percent planet pond poor popu population control programs population explosion population problem population programs population-control poverty pressure production rapid population growth referral fees Reprinted with permission revisionist rural Sadik shortages social square kilometer sterilization Third World Third World countries United Nations Population urban women World Bank world population world population growth Zero Population Growth