Barry Commoner, who died September 30, deserves to be remembered as a visionary scientific thinker who advocated for connecting the dots between components in systems of oppression.
In this article we explore the many critical links between population, sexual reproductive health and rights and climate change, the significance of which is all too important to ignore.
As the world’s population gets closer to the seven billion mark, Reverend Debra Haffner reflects on her career and what she saw on a recent trip to Kenya.
As he prepares to launch a son into a world facing global challenges and a population soon to reach 7 billion, one father provides reflection and advice on sustainablity.
What are the facts on population, consumption, and reproductive health? Here they are “by the numbers,” including who is using what in terms of energy and climate change; environment; reproductive health, and the status of girls and women.
A new study from Oregon State University puts numbers on the obvious: having children has a high carbon impact.
Thinking about addressing overpopulation as a critical environmental issue is helpful to the argument for reproductive rights.
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