Climate Change

MercatorNet exclusive—poetry by Al Gore

Michael Cook | 09 December 2009
Al Gore’s latest book has just hit the bookshops. Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis is a lavishly illustrated handbook for climate-change activism -- with his first public poetry. It's awful.

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.
about this blog | Bookmark and Share

Search this blog

 Subscribe to Demography is Destiny
rss RSS feed of posts

 Recent Posts
Jewish births “Trending Upwards” in Israel
23 Jul 2014
New Zealand among most ethnically diverse countries
21 Jul 2014
Niue: A dying Island
17 Jul 2014
Japan faces pilot shortage
15 Jul 2014
Human Trafficking to China
13 Jul 2014

 MercatorNet blogs
Style and culture: Tiger Print
Family social policy: Family Edge
US political scene: Sheila Liaugminas
News about bioethics: BioEdge
From the editors: Conniptions

Jul 2014 | Jun 2014 | May 2014 | Apr 2014 | more >>

 From MercatorNet's home page

Reflections on an unforgiving day
18 Jul 2014
What links the twin tragedies of a downed plane over the Ukraine and Israel's invasion of Gaza?

Five steps Malaysia Airlines must take after its second disaster in four months
18 Jul 2014
Inaction could sink the company.

Mothers in shackles
16 Jul 2014
It’s not only in Sudanese prisons that women give birth chained.

Celebrity swimmer Ian Thorpe comes out
15 Jul 2014
In a tell-all interview, one of Australia's most famous athletes admits that he is gay. Is he?

All wired up: the contraceptive chip
15 Jul 2014
The Gates Foundation has funded an implantable device which can be controlled remotely.

Down syndrome, workforce, youth bulge, PETA, birth rates, Sir Andrew Green, Lithuania, egg donors, French-Canadians, population projections, immigration reform, Economics, overpopulation fiction, China's economic miracle, UCL, IVF, Brazil, inequality, Religious Practice, population control, declining population, Switzerland, Wall Street Journal, Technology, International, Roe v. Wade, Copenhagen, anti-humanism, Norman Borlaug, statistics, development, health policy, Detroit, Medicaid, Family taxation, secularism, American politics, business, Children, Hong Kong, adoption, death rate, men, Pakistan, Africa, human trafficking, careers, internal migration, Pope Benedict XVI, bride shortage, Immigration, abortion, brain, deaths, demographics, Phillipines, Jonathan Last, Ecuador, EU, family planning, economic crisis, Human Resources, families, labor shortages, Muslims, population decline, Paul Ehrlich, Indonesia, Baby Roberts, Medicine, grandchildren, family size, Europe, South Africa, Older Mothers, East Timor, Retirement, Francois Hollande, baby names, Jews, labour market, mobile phones, United States Elections, Belgium, economy, Simon Ross, Malthus, family, Recession, Demographic Intelligence, risk, Sex Imbalance, Germany, World Cup, minorities, US, Syria civil war, Turkey, retirement age, The Economist,
Follow MercatorNet
Sections and Blogs
Family Edge
Sheila Reports
Reading Matters
Demography Is Destiny
Conniptions (the editorial)
our ideals
our People
Mercator who?
partner sites
audited accounts
New Media Foundation
Suite 12A, Level 2
5 George Street
North Strathfield NSW 2137
+61 2 8005 8605
skype: mercatornet

© New Media Foundation 2014 | powered by Encyclomedia | designed by Elleston