Canada And Denmark Comparison

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"Don 't compare a country 's chapter 1 to another country 's chapter 15, let it find it 's own path, let it make it 's own history and never let it give up on itself. Just tell them is that what lies behind them is what lies in front of them, piles of comparison is what lies inside them." We live in the world. Everybody should study, work, eat, sleep and so on. But different countries have differences. Living in two different countries is an experience that opens people’s mind to a new way of thinking. Comparison and contrast of evident similarities and bright contrasts between Canada and one of the European country –Denmark. Both of the countries have similar environment, geographic shapes: mountains, seas, lakes and forests, but different…show more content…
Love your parents, we often get so busy growing up that we forget that they are getting older. The most special people to us in the entire world -our parents because they are the ones who cherish us, love us, and make us capable of giving a life to new human being who would love us equally as we love our parents. This brings the essay to its first field of evaluation. Birth rate in Canada and Denmark doesn 't have a very drastic difference in their growing birth rate. In Denmark the average birth per 1000 people is 10 whereas in Canada the average birth rate per 1000 people is of 11.We have a negative population rate. Because more people die than new people are born or move to the country. There are a couple of reasons for this own turn. First of all the current fertile generation is from the last time we had a very low birthrate in Denmark, so there aren 't many women between 20 and 40.Also more and more people wait to have kids till they are in their thirties, and they often choose only to have one child and many don 't want children. It is hard to manage a career and children both, so some choose career over kids. The birth rate isn 't negative. The population growth rate is. This is because the Danish people don 't have enough children to replace the Danish people that die each year. Economic changes: changing labor markets demand increasingly skilled workers, so the cost to parents of raising and educating children becomes prohibitive. Raising babies is expensive. The…show more content…
In fact, with growth at 1.2% per year, it is one of the fastest growing developed countries in the world. PIC believes there are compelling reasons why this relentless increase in numbers should be critically examined, then reduced and, ultimately, reversed until population size is consistent with Canada achieving an economically and environmentally sustainable future. To ignore facts and the associated imperatives of mushrooming growth is to sleepwalk into a future of almost certain and dire crises. Because growth cannot continue indefinitely in a finite space or country, a continuously expanding Canadian population will eventually and inexorably face limits. These will first slow then halt further increases leading to decline. Limiting factors include renewable resources needed for the maintenance of human life, such as air, water, soil, forests, and fisheries, and the non-renewable resources on which our civilization depends. It is oil in particular, used to run agricultural machinery, to make fertilizers and pesticides, and to transport food from where grown to distant locations, that has allowed populations to continue to expand in such numbers. But globally, oil production will soon peak
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