Overpopulation


Demography on campus

Shannon Roberts | 16 February 2014
More universities are offering demography study paths

The forgotten art of sharing is making a comeback

Shannon Roberts | 28 October 2013
One man's trash is another man's treasure - an idea that could save the planet.

Ten billion people = we’re all doomed!

Marcus Roberts | 03 July 2013
The Guardian's frontpage is full of our doom - population inspired doom.

Abortion and Over-Population (NZ Tour)

Marcus Roberts | 02 April 2012
A pro-life group in New Zealand is bringing Steven Mosher out to discuss abortion and overpopulation.

More food for more people

Marcus Roberts | 14 March 2012
New research in Australia promises to increase durum wheat yields in saline soils.

Food for All

Marcus Roberts | 27 February 2012
A short video on the food "shortage"
 
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