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Population Media Center Blog

We love to tell stories, share news, and explore ways to create a sustainable planet with equal rights for all. We are AN ENTERTAINMENT ORGANIZATION THAT CHANGES LIVES.™

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WomensRightToChoose

January 14, 2021

It is Women's Right To Choose Their Futures

January 14, 2021 —Every woman should be able to make decisions about her own body. Preserving women’s right to choose and access to a full continuum of reproductive care that includes safe and legal abortions is...

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what are we doing to save the planet

January 7, 2021

It's Time to Ask, What Are We Doing to Save the Planet?

January 7, 2021 —Several years ago, climate change observers recognized the end of 2020 as a pivotal time in the global race to cut carbon. Why? Because it marked the deadline for countries in the Paris Climate...

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climate change

December 29, 2020

Climate Change: Why Women's Empowerment Is Paramount

December 29, 2020 —When you think about two of the top priorities of the 21st century—women’s rights and climate change—they may initially seem like two completely disparate issues. But in reality, they are...

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sustainability issues

December 23, 2020

Drastic Changes in Sustainability Issues: Cause and Effect

December 23, 2020 —The existential crisis of climate change has been on the minds of scientists for decades, long before society decided to try and do something about it. The connection between the burning of fossil...

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environmental advocacy

December 17, 2020

Environmental Advocacy Comes in Many Surprising Outlets

December 17, 2020 —Environmental advocacy is presenting information on ecological issues as a way to encourage audiences to adopt more environmentally sensitive practices and biocentric worldviews. Considering the...

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prevalence of child marriage

December 10, 2020

The Prevalence of Child Marriage in Underdeveloped Nations

December 10, 2020 —Every year, approximately 15 million girls are married before they reach adulthood, according to the World Bank—this equates to one out of every five girls, with over 650 million women alive today...

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Bob Walker speaking

November 24, 2020

Election Day is over. Now what? A Conversation with policy expert Bob Walker.

November 24, 2020 —On November 10, 2020, Robert Walker, President of the Population Institute, a subsidiary of Population Media Center (PMC), spoke with PMC’s Giving Circles members about the U.S. presidential...

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Elephant on grassy field

November 19, 2020

Impacts of Population Growth on Wildlife

November 19, 2020 —In September of 2020, the World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Report was issued. It was not pleasant reading for conservationists, ecologists, biologists. Or any other person who cares about the...

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goals of the women's rights movement

November 12, 2020

Then and Now: Goals of the Women's Rights Movements

November 12, 2020 —Women’s rights have come a long way in the last 150 years.  Consider this: In the 1868 presidential election, when women didn’t have the right to vote, 172 Black and white women voted illegally to...

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October 29, 2020

Population, Diets, and Sustainability

October 29, 2020 —In 2019, the EAT–Lancet Commission posited a universal “reference diet” to compare and contrast any possible health and environmental effects of large-scale adoption of an alternative diet to the...

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