“Convince Them to Say It”: Environmental Researchers and the Touchy Topics of Family Planning and Population

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[columns] [span8] As a young and promising marine biologist, Camilo Mora led a team of 55 scientists assessing the rapid decline of fish on the world’s coral reefs. It was a global enterprise with broad implications. Hundreds of millions of … Continued

Enlisting Ethiopia’s Orthodox Church to address population, climate change, and cultural heritage

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According to the latest United Nations medium-variant projections, the population of Ethiopia—Africa’s second most populous country—is expected to nearly double from just under 99 million in 2015 to almost 188 million in 2050. This rapid increase in human numbers could seriously threaten the country’s environmental and sustainable development goals. Click above to read more…