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Indonesia is considering moving its capital, Jakarta, because of global warming, the head of the country's delegation to the UN climate change negotiations in China, Prof Rachmat Witoelar, has revealed.
Human activity threatens the water security of almost 5 billion people and river biodiversity worldwide, finds a new study jointly considering human and biodiversity perspectives on water security.
Success in halting infection in sub-Saharan Africa could falter as international aid starts to shrink, warns UNAids chief.
Former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet is to head United Nations Women (UN Women), a newly created entity to oversee all of the world body's programmes aimed at promoting women's rights and full participation in global affairs.
The negative effects of an aging population may have been exaggerated because people are staying healthier for longer, according to a new study.
Nearly three quarters of people believe retirement as we currently understand it will not be possible in the future, a BBC Newsnight poll has suggested.
The UN estimates that the humanitarian crisis caused by the recent floods in Pakistan's Indus Valley is larger than the combined effects of the three worst natural disasters of the past decade. Some experts attribute the severity of the floods to climate change.
The German Foundation for World Population (DSW) and the European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF) have published their joint report Mapping European Development Aid and Population Assistance.
A new publication Funding Common Ground aims to make sense of the multitude of estimates of the financial resources needed to improve reproductive health, and help the reproductive health community advocate for the investment necessary.
Local leaders at grass-roots level in Umudugudu, are championing the family planning drive given the threats posed by the country's fast growing population.