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What would the environmental impact be if China did not have such a policy? Relate this to sustainability.
Weegy: Unless there are 10 women for every man in a human population, it is reasonably assumed that the available men will be able to keep the women as pregnant as they wish to be. [ Thus, calculations for the long term growth potential of a population is based on the number of potentially fertile females only, and no other members. China's one child policy has clearly resulted in a reduced population growth as evidenced by the ratio of boys to girls born in China under the policy. 6 boys for every 5 girls. This means that once 80% of the women are married, there will be 2 single men for every single woman. The reason for the reduction in girls appears to be selective abortion, infanticide, and neglect by parents who want a boy, but will not be allowed to produce other children. A three child policy now being considered would certainly increase the number of girls born, surviving, as well as increasing the overall fertility rate. It is not known what the quantities of such effects would be, but the best estimates being done on the subject is that the 3 child policy would increase the fertility rate by 35%, while reducing the imbalance between boys and girls by 56%. While it is unknown how much of the reduction in fertility that the one child policy is responsible for, fertility rates for women in China during the 1960s (before the policy) was 6 children per women, and by 2005, that was reduced to 1.6 children per woman. It has also been demonstrated the both the reduction of the female proportion of children, and the fertility rate does respond to the size of the fine levied against the violations of the one child policy. Recent studies have indicated that employment opportunities for women is more responsible for fertility reduction in China than the one child policy. The famines of the 1970s that China suffered were the result of idiotic government policy that collectivized farms in China. ] (More)
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What would the environmental impact be if China did not have such a policy? Relate this to sustainability.
Weegy: The positive impact of the Chinese environmental policy increased along with its development and implementation. [ The cause of environmental protec­tion in China won not only more and more domestic support but also more in­ternational understanding and cooperation. In other words, at least theoretically, China is following the path of sustainable development that in­tegrates economic, social and environmental benefits. Lester Brown in his book Who will feed China? (Brown 1995), expressed anxieties about the envi­ronmental problems faced by China and his fear of its harmful impact on the world. Six years later, Brown is no longer worried about China's food prob­lem. On the contrary, he praised China for striving for sustainable develop­ment (Brown 2001). This change in attitude reflects the increased positive impact of implementing the environmental policy. ] (More)
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What would the environmental impact be if China did not have such a policy? Relate this to sustainability.
Weegy: without the policy the population of china will reach over 2billion. less education. more people will be jobless. and they would need more food. User: • What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially? (More)
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What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially?
Weegy: You may refer your answer in this article about China's population policy (More)
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What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially?
Weegy: Please be more specific - what impacts could what have? User: What impacts could China's policy have on the population both scientifically and socially? Weegy: China is already a worldwide leader in computer technology research, as well as a major supplier of pharmaceutical drugs. The achievements by the Chinese in science will make them a science superpower by 2020. [ China's one child only policy has continued to be a focus on human population, especially since the globe has 7 billion inhabitants. ] (More)
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