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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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September 17, 2021

Just Say No to Demographic Fatalism – We Can & Will Address Population

September 17, 2021 —In the quest for global sustainability, reformers must embrace an intergenerational, long-term effort to ensure a much smaller, more ecologically right-sized number of humans on the planet in the...

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September 10, 2021

Equal Claims: Earth Can’t Fairly or Sustainably Support 8 Billion

September 10, 2021 —To achieve a sustainable global civilization, humanity must evolve to function in a way that helps biodiversity flourish. Humanity must help maintain and preserve, rather than perturb, the planet’s...

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September 3, 2021

Texas Senate Bill 8 is Unconstitutional, Unsustainable, & Anti-Woman

September 3, 2021 —Population Media Center stands with women, families and all people who believe abortion should be legal, readily accessible, and safe. We believe all women should be able to determine if and when...

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Not Every Woman

August 26, 2021

What Does Childfree Mean?

August 26, 2021 —The International Conference on Population and Development’s “Programme of Action” was written and adopted in 1994. It begins with a set of fifteen principles. Principle 8 says, in part, “All couples...

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August 19, 2021

Global Population In Relation to Global Sustainability

August 19, 2021 —What are Population Media Center’s Goals for Global Population?

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August 13, 2021

Unstable Ecosystems and an Uncertain Future

August 13, 2021 —Living in harmony with the planet is how life on Earth is supposed to be. Our lives as humans, and our health and wellbeing, are not separate from the lives, health, and wellbeing of the planet and...

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August 5, 2021

The most ethical gift: Towards a sustainable demographic future

August 5, 2021 —The following is republished with permission of The Ecological Citizen, a peer-reviewed ecocentric journal (ISSN 2515-1967). Written by Joe Bish, Population Media Center's Director of Issue Advocacy,...

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July 29, 2021

EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY: Not a Cause for Celebration

July 29, 2021 —Our planet’s health and resources influence all of our lives, however, we are currently overusing (or overshooting) the use of Earth’s resources. This means our entire planet is running an ecological...

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July 22, 2021

Yes, India Should Invest to Stop Population Growth — By Dismissing Uttar Pradesh's Policy

July 22, 2021 —The nation of India is projected to become the planet’s most populous country sometime before 2030, taking the place currently occupied by China. The United Nations Population Division’s medium...

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July 15, 2021

Unsustainable Human Population Size: A Problem Nested Within Ecological Overshoot

July 15, 2021 —Population Media Center approaches the global population issue with the power of positive thinking. We do not approach the issue as an intractable, scary, or utterly oppressive problem. Rather, we...

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