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  • In 2011 the world’s population will exceed 7 billion. Each year we add nearly 80 million people, and by mid-century we will require twice as much food and double the energy we use today.
    Population Growth - dick smith
  • Extreme weather and an increase in natural disasters are jeopardising the ability of poor communities to grow crops, access water, and house and feed themselves. Nearly every facet of World Vision’s work is affected by these issues.
    World Vision
  • In the live sheep export industry, in an average year about fifty thousand sheep die during the sea journey. Those that survive have a high chance of suffering injuries, illnesses such as salmonellosis and pneumonia, constant stress, climatic extremes, inability to eat pellet feed and poor and crowded housing conditions.
    Animals Australia
  • In 2011 the world’s population will exceed 7 billion. Each year we add nearly 80 million people, and by mid-century we will require twice as much food and double the energy we use today.
    Population Growth - dick smith