As part of its Earth Day podcast, WHYY program The Pulse talked to Growth and Structure of Cities Department Chair Professor Gary McDonogh, about the influential 1968 book The Population Bomb.
McDonogh on The Pulse:
"We didn't actually resolve all of these problems. We dodged some. We've learned to live with food for large populations but famine is still a problem."
The segment on The Population Bomb begins at around the 37-minute mark. Listen below:
The interdisciplinary Growth and Structure of Cities major challenges students to understand the dynamic relationship of urban spatial organization and the built environment to politics, economics, cultures and societies.