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    The reality of global poverty is that it is rural and it is persistent: three-quarters of the 2.6 billion people living on less than $2 per day—almost 2 billion—live in rural areas; that number is virtually unchanged in 20 years.

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  • Charts & Graphs

    The reality of global poverty is that it is rural and it is persistent: three-quarters of the 2.6 billion people living on less than $2 per day—almost 2 billion—live in rural areas; that number is virtually unchanged in 20 years.

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    World Resources 1990-91

    Climate Change in Latin America Focus

    The World Resources Report offers essential economic, population, and natural resource data for 146 countries. With more than 150 tables, charts and figures.

  • Publication

    World Resources 1987

    An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economy

    Special focus on the spread of toxic wastes in the developed world and sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.

    publication
    Africa
  • Publication

    World Resources 1986

    An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economy

    The inaugural 1986 edition features a special chapter on multiple pollutants and forest decline and focuses attention on a number of important issues.

    publication
    Africa

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The reality of global poverty is that it is rural and it is persistent: three-quarters of the 2.6 billion people living on less than $2 per day—almost 2 billion—live in rural areas; that number is virtually unchanged in 20 years.

charts graphs

The reality of global poverty is that it is rural and it is persistent: three-quarters of the 2.6 billion people living on less than $2 per day—almost 2 billion—live in rural areas; that number is virtually unchanged in 20 years.

charts graphs

World Resources 1990-91

Climate Change in Latin America Focus

The World Resources Report offers essential economic, population, and natural resource data for 146 countries. With more than 150 tables, charts and figures.

World Resources 1987

An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economy

Special focus on the spread of toxic wastes in the developed world and sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.

publication
Africa

World Resources 1986

An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economy

The inaugural 1986 edition features a special chapter on multiple pollutants and forest decline and focuses attention on a number of important issues.

publication
Africa

Pages

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