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22 November 2017


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Certainly the customary land issue is critical, and would be even with substantially slower population growth. I would warn, however, against drawing too much from these kinds of charts, because they tend not to anticipate any slow-down in population growth, whereas past experiences in PNG and elsewhere show that population growth does slow down, and the anticipated problems do not occur, or are less severe than anticipated.

While not diminishing the scale of anticipation in discussing projections of population increase, should not attention digress to the worth of scaling back a notch where a chart heightens as if logarithmic urges are forecasting some play?

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