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  • Setting out his radical approach, Packham said: There's no point bleating about the future of pandas, polar bears and tigers when we're not addressing the one single factor that's putting more pressure on the ecosystem than any other - namely the ever-increasing size of the world's population.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • They feared that the human spirit would shrivel in the face of the coldly rational, impersonal demands of capitalism, and foresaw a future of ever-increasing anomie and social atomization.

    Do CEOs Matter?

  • First of all Jerry learned a new name for himself, which was Bao, and he was taught to respond to it from an ever-increasing distance no matter how softly it was uttered, and Nalasu continued to utter it more softly until it no longer was a spoken word, but a whisper.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • A: I don't think either the economic panic that drove the Gold Rush or the issues addressed by Socialism (not to mention London's conflicts about race) have gone away; in fact, students can easily make connections between the circumstances that caused the Panic of 1893 (the gold standard, immigrant labor, corporate greed, monopolies, class ⁄ race strife) and the ever-increasing gap between rich and poor today, coupled with industrial globalism.

    Interview With Professor Jeanne Campbell Reesman

  • "Considering the relentless and ever-increasing demand," he says, "the rapid advancement of transparency and the level of international interest in the Indian real estate market, it would be difficult even for the most hardened pessimist to take a gloomy long-term view of it -- and I'm an optimist."

    Patty Hodapp: Mumbai Real Estate: Chaos or Control (a Westerner's Guide to Understanding Land Limitations in India)

  • Have to run to a meeting, but, in brief, the ratios are not “ever-increasing.”

    Matthew Yglesias » Alice Rivlin: “Now Is An Excellent Time To Fix Social Security And Medicare”

  • Has there ever been a five year period of ever-increasing unemployment?

    Matthew Yglesias » Optimism Inversion

  • For Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Michèle Flournoy, co-founder of the Center for a New American Security, is a person whose ever-increasing prominence will cause more and more of us to familiarize ourselves with the keyboard combination necessary to create the accent grave.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defense Subcabinet Taking Shape

  • But major commercial and investment banks — and the hedge funds that ran alongside them — were the big beneficiaries of the twin housing and equity-market bubbles of this decade, their profits fed by an ever-increasing volume of transactions founded on a relatively small base of actual physical assets.

    The Quiet Coup

  • But the ever-increasing portion of the budget we direct toward medical spending is squeezing them out.

    Yes, it's progressive to cut wasteful goverment spending

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