e-Future Times

February 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 1, p16
Presents news briefs in New Zealand as of February 2006. Transition of New Zealand from the high-fertility, high-population-growth of the post-war baby boom towards a possible low-fertility steady-state society; Quotation from an interview with Keith Suter, author of the book "Keith Suter's Global Notebook: 50 Things You Want to Know About World Issues--But Were Too Afraid to Ask"; Failure of a campaign to change the New Zealand Flag.


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