A recent article in the Lancet medical journal has been getting a lot of press for predicting that the global population will decline sooner than most experts predict — at 9.7 billion in 2064. But a) that’s still way too many people for this roasting planet and b) the authors are more optimistic about improvements in women’s education and access to birth control than many other...
With restrictions in place, millions stopped visiting clinics for contraceptives, says the government, which promotes family planning as part of its fight against child malnutrition… Read the Full Article Here
email@example.com (Juliana Kaplan) Brookings Institute economists predict that the coronavirus pandemic will lead to what they call a “baby bust” — not a baby boom… Read the Full Article Here
By Stephen C. Bannister | Special to The Tribune · Published: 5 days agoUpdated: 5 days ago Most of us have enjoyed the much cleaner air since the great COVID-19 shutdown-caused economic collapse. Everything damaging that we normally dump into our common airshed is reduced — carbon dioxide that increases climate warming and the pollutant precursors that cause regional haze...
Why I joined UPEC – The Utah Population and Environment Council (UPEC) was founded a quarter century ago as an unintended consequence of the founding of Envision Utah.
I became aware of the population issue in a required biology class at the University of Utah in the 1960’s.
Greetings UPEC followers and supporters. I hope you are all having a fantastic summer!
The human population will likely continue to set records. But there is hope.
Hi everyone, and welcome to another edition of UPEC’s newsletter – the first under our new chair, yours truly! (If you signed up for our mailing list at our 8 billion event in the fall, this is your first email newsletter from us; we promised that we don’t overload your inbox!)