President John Magufuli has suspended advertising by family planning organizations, raising outcry among human rights groups.
A metro only exists for those who can afford to commute.
Shrinking communities deserve more health care, not less.
Population decline is a positive economic indicator.
Atlantic Canada is reportedly dying. I'll spend this week explaining why that isn't the case.
It's time to stop focusing on population growth as the cause of our environmental problems. It’s not the main culprit, and the women of the world are already doing all they can to slow it. They just need more support.
Matt Yglesias, despite Vox's commitment to deliver "crucial context alongside new information," passes along tired geographic stereotypes.
Another example of how population growth is outdated as an important economic metric.
Of course a growing population indicates a growing demand for housing. But around knowledge hubs, which act as agents of gentrification, population can actually decrease while demand for quality changes.
Population growth isn't what it used to be, at least in developed countries.
Concerns about population growth and decline are artifacts of the 19th century and the industrial revolution. For them to make any sense today, we need to look at the numbers in a much different way.