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Weather followed by The Bergen Debates
A series recorded by Norwegian TV during the UN conference on environment and development in Bergen earlier this month.
3: Are we too many to survive the way we live? There are currently five billion people in the world - and this figure is likely to double within the next century. Yet already millions in the Third World have barely enough to live on. Can this problem be controlled on an international basis?
Ervin Laszlo of the Club of Rome argues the key lies in a transfer of wealth to the poorer nations. He faces
Dr Fred Sai , adviser to the World Bank, Perdita Huston of the International Planned
Parenthood Federation and a Vatican representative. Director Odd Kaldefosse
Producer Joar Hoel-Larsen NRK Norway


Unknown: Ervin Laszlo
Unknown: Dr Fred Sai
Unknown: Perdita Huston
Producer: Joar Hoel-Larsen
Producer: Nrk Norway

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