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Columbia University researchers have concluded that severe water shortages in the Southeast of the United States result from population growth more than rainfall patterns.
It's estimated that some 63,000 pregnant Haitian women face the prospect of giving birth in the aftermath of the earthquake.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on January 8, declared the US government's renewed support for and dedication to international family planning and reproductive health programs.
In a new report issued today, the United Nations Population Fund shows how people, especially empowered women, could make an individual difference in the fight against climate change.
An international meeting focusing on research and best practices in family planning will open in Kampala on 15 November, in an attempt towards achieving the United Nations Millennium Development Goals for developing countries.
Faced with severe pressures from a rapidly increasing population, attempts are being made in the Philippines to make reproductive services more broadly available but have met resistance, leading to the defeat of several bills in Congress over the past decade.
Granting women control over their own reproduction would combat overpopulation and reduce carbon emissions, writes Mary Fitzgerald.
One of the world's most influential scientists has warned that climate change could devastate Africa, predicting an increase in catastrophic food shortages.
NEW YORK - Women are uniquely positioned to help curb the harmful consequences of a changing climate, according to a new comprehensive on-line resource kit on gender, population and climate change launched today.
In a new article, Frances Kissling, former president of Catholics for Choice, addresses women's health and reproductive rights in the context of growing interest in addressing family planning in the context of population and climate change.