It could change family planning aid in developing countries.
Two Australian legal academics consider whether one way to reduce population growth is to include family planning in carbon markets.
Singletons represent one of the greatest sociological shifts of our age.
One man's trash is another man's treasure - an idea that could save the planet.
The Guardian's frontpage is full of our doom - population inspired doom.
A recent opinion piece in the NYTimes tries to tell us that the USA has no fertility crisis.
Malaysia is planning a new green, energy efficient eco-city called “Iskandar Malaysia”. The country expects the new development, which covers about 2500 square kilometres, to have 3 million residents by 2025.
Um, well this video is The Onion's take on green-friendly technology. Why do we need people anyway? Don't they just pollute too much? Spoiler: only for people who enjoy tasteless humour.
In London today the Planet Under Pressure conference will come to an end. “What is this conference about?” I hear you ask. Well, according to its website (seriously, what did we do before the internet??) the conference...
Prince Charles has delivered his first speech as president of the WWF UK.
Population researchers have rejected research suggesting population control should be used to fight global warming.
Before we turn to more optimistic topics, let's take a look at the website of the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement (VHEMT), whose creed is "Phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth's biosphere to return to good health." Are they serious? Not serious, exactly, but "vehement": "Returning Earth to its natural splendor and ending needless suffering of humanity are happy thoughts -- no sense moping around in gloom and doom."