Thanks largely to immigration
The case for home batteries.
And hopefully for everyone, even as our population grows
And yet the global population continues to rise...
But can immigration adequately compensate for a below-replacement birthrate?
Perhaps, but the outlook is still bleak.
Politicians would say yes! The facts suggest no.
To take the beam out of your own eye.
Will the family home remain a good investment as well?
The Economist casts doubt on Nigeria's current population figures.
Even though its fertility rate has halved in the last 30 years.
The greatest crisis of the 21st century is not going to be global warming.
2015 will see London overtake its 1939 population peak.
Will our global population continue to grow until 2100?
Will Britain and Germany change places by 2060?
Which populations are worth more? Should we take into account merely possible future persons?
We are, according to a newly published book from the IIASA.
Apparently it won't make a dent in our population trajectory. Bother.
Two demographers fundamentally disagree...and they aren't holding back
We can assume it won't be good for either mothers or babies.
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