• Population and Climate Change

    Population and Climate Change

    At the UN Climate Conference in Lima this past December, the Lima Ministerial Declaration on Education and Awareness-raising urged world governments to include climate change in school curricula (1). Education on climate change could enhance student understanding of climate issues, mitigation strategies, and adaptation mechanisms. …

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    Parenting Models Matter: Uncrowded, Human Rights and Explosive Population Growth in Africa

    As a Newsweek article entitled “How to Diffuse the Population Bomb” recently detailed, Africa is an extreme example of how large families can cause immense suffering that locks people into poverty and also destroys the environment. And as Uncrowded’s recent series has shown, many parts …

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    Nigerien Schools for Husbands Could Spark Change For Country’s High Population Growth Rate

    Niger, an African country with the highest population growth rate of any nation on earth, is also one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. In an attempt to stave off the problems caused by this combination of rapidly rising population numbers …

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    A World Without Giraffes?

    While human population is exploding in Africa giraffes are quickly disappearing. Their population has plummeted about 40 percent in just 15 years. Reports show the loss is due primarily to humans destroying giraffe habitat, as well hunting and poaching. Africa is at a crossroads–its population …

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    Africa’s Population Projected to Skyrocket to 4.2 Billion By 2100

    Africa is at a crossroads–its population is set to double from 1.2 billion to 2.4 billion from 2015 to 2050 and will soar to 4.2 billion by 2100, according to a report released by UNICEF. These population forecasts follow the pattern of previous population expansion on the …

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