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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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May 21, 2020

Making Population Growth a Consideration for Sustainable Development Goals

May 21, 2020 —Like a worn-out motel sign, the world has been trying to tell us for years that it has no more vacancies. The global population is increasing by about 81 million people every year, and the planet...

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April 30, 2020

Population Media Center Reviews Planet of The Humans

April 30, 2020 —As you may know, the Michael Moore produced film, Planet of The Humans (director Jeff Gibbs), has set off a maelstrom of internecine criticism – meaning the most vociferous critics of the film...

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April 30, 2020

The Current World Population's Lesser-Known Impact on Our Planet

April 30, 2020 —Conservation and sustainability are growing concerns for millions of people around the globe. Urgent action is required to ensure the future health of our planet, in part by stabilizing the world’s...

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April 16, 2020

The Theory of Change for a More Sustainable World (Creating Change in a Community)

April 16, 2020 —On the road to achieving large-scale change, it can be helpful to lock in your destination first and work backward to figure out the most logical and effective solutions. At least that’s the thinking...

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April 4, 2020

Eyes on the (Curve) Ball: Long-Term Sustainability Work During COVID

April 4, 2020 —While Population Media Center brings determination, enthusiasm, and expertise to our media projects, we ultimately rely on donors to fuel our operations. Individual donors are an important source of...

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March 26, 2020

Many Other Curves Need Flattening: Population Is One

March 26, 2020 —There is no minimizing the radical socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19. What has already come to pass, and what yet remains to unfold, are destined to be historically monumental for modern...

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March 12, 2020

Questions on Population, Fossil Fuels, Climate Change, and Technology?

March 12, 2020 —What is the relationship between human population and fossil fuels? A good way to think about this is that humans existed for a very long time prior to making consistent use of fossil fuels – say,...

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March 5, 2020

The End of Population Growth Depends on Lower Ideal Family Size

March 5, 2020 —Population Media Center (PMC) works on many issues related to the rights of women and girls, population size and growth, and environmental sustainability. In the population category, we have strong...

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February 27, 2020

Overpopulated Countries, Unsustainable Civilization

February 27, 2020 —Photo Credit: Pablo Lopez Luz, Courtesy of Global Population Speak Out

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February 20, 2020

Eugenics? Population Control? Nope — Reproductive Choice and Resources

February 20, 2020 —Caitlin Fendley, a PhD candidate at Purdue University, penned a curious, but ultimately constructive population-related essay this week. It was published in the Washington Post on February 17th. If...

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