How can populations be managed?

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What is a population policy?
A population policy is something a country does to control birth rates
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What is a pro-natalist?
Pro-natalist is policies to promote/increase birth rates.
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What is an anti-natalist?
Anti-natalist is policies to restrict/control birth rates.
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What is a sustainable population?
A sustainable population is a population whose growth and development is at a rate which does not threaten future generations' success
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Which DTM Stage is most sustainable?
Countries at stage 4 of the DTM are most sustainable
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What is a pro-natalist?

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Which DTM Stage is most sustainable?

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