Overpopulation is a major driver of biodiversity loss and a key obstacle to fairly sharing habitat and resources with other species.
It is easy to find impassioned opinions stating human population size and growth have little to do with humanity's ruination of Earth's environment.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) was created in 1969 to act on the world community's concerns about population growth.
The book Breaking Boundaries explains the basics of how the Earth works and how humanity is rocking the boat, ecologically speaking.
Smaller populations have important benefits, including more honest and responsive governments and happier citizens.
A new IPCC report confirms that population increase and economic growth are the main drivers of greenhouse gas emissions.
Evolving from a public health issue to one of human rights, access to contraceptive options has increased in many countries.
The Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs has released a new report.
To achieve a sustainable global civilization, humanity must evolve to function in a way that helps biodiversity flourish.
After three decades of neglect, more environmentalists are waking back up to the need to limit human numbers.