Big Ups for Briggy Hall

Marcus Roberts | 29 May 2012

A new project in Phillipines is helping the people set up their own food businesses - a much better way of alleviating poverty than population control.

A New UN Report on our Impending Overpopulation

Marcus Roberts | 01 February 2012
Another UN report that seems heavy on headline grabbing but light on concrete proposals.

Poverty and Population

Marcus Roberts | 09 November 2011
A short video clip on the benefits of population on poverty.

Is climate change killing children?

Michael Cook | 18 November 2009

What is the biggest killer of children in the developing world?

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