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Opinion: Humanity needs to halt both population growth and climate change

Continued population growth needs to be halted to reach an ecologically sustainable future. Increased foreign aid could help.
Population growth will make it harder to meet EU climate goals, while stable or declining populations will help cut greenhouse gas emissions in the EU
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Population growth will make it harder to meet EU climate goals, while stable or declining populations will help cut greenhouse gas emissions in the EU

In the following exercise, we demonstrate how different migration and fertility-influencing policies can lead to large differences in future annual greenhouse gas emissions, and in cumulative emissions throughout the century in the European Union.

Jane O’Sullivan: World Population Prospects 2019 – good news or bad?
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Jane O’Sullivan: World Population Prospects 2019 – good news or bad?

The new United Nations projections for global population misses the opportunity to present the end of population growth as a desirable goal.

Frank Götmark: "Factfulness": a more accurate title for this new book would have been "Selecting Facts to Make You Happy"
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Frank Götmark: "Factfulness": a more accurate title for this new book would have been "Selecting Facts to Make You Happy"

How well does the book Factfulness, to a large extent about global population, succeed in balancing good and bad news, and in giving a realistic picture of the world?

US birth rate lowest in 30 years – the overlooked benefits

US birth rate lowest in 30 years – the overlooked benefits

The United States' birth rate has fallen to a 30-year low, and the media is giving this new figure much attention. Unfortunately, most of that attention is misplaced.

Book Review: One child
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Book Review: One child

Clearly written and carefully thought through, Bowdoin philosophy professor Sarah Conly's recent book represents a rare attempt to explore population ethics and population policy in a philosophically rigorous way.

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