Conservation in Uganda, for people and wildlife alike
Volume 48, Issue 4
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Voluntary family planning is the most cost-effective way to slow the degradation of the environment, and enormous change is possible without coercion or even incentives. The goal is not to discriminate against people in developing countries; it is to give them something that people in wealthier countries already have: control over their fertility.Stanley Henshaw, PhD
UGANDA: Population 40 Million, and Doubling Every 22 Years
By Rebecca Dodelin
Female mountain gorilla with baby in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Uganda. © Andrey Gudkov | Dreamstime.com
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