We are doomed unless we get some Global Leadership (and Condoms)

Marcus Roberts | 12 June 2012

We are doomed unless we get some Global Leadership (and Condoms).

UN Population Fund funding faces axe in US

Marcus Roberts | 07 October 2011
The House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee has voted to cut US funding of the UN Population Fund.

No people, no climate change, says UN Population Fund

Michael Cook | 23 November 2009
From year to year, population grows at a glacial pace, so it’s tough job to bang the drum about over-population in a glossy annual report year after year. From a public relations point of view, the solution is to pick a trendy angle. The theme of the 2009 State of the World Population Report is women and climate change.
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