Population in the News

February 26, 2020

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February 20, 2020

Trying To Decide What Birth Control To Use? Here’s How To Make The Decision — NPR
Editorial: Maine lawmakers should ensure full spectrum of family planning services remains available — Bangor Daily News
Editorial: State should not retreat on Maine women’s health — Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel
Thai court says anti-abortion laws unconstitutional — Reuters

February 19, 2020

Advancing One Health: Protecting People, Gorillas, and the Land on which They Live — New Security Beat
Can the world feed 10bn people by 2050? — The Economist
The Surprisingly Fraught Question of Who Pays for Birth Control — The Atlantic
U.S. President’s Global Gag Rule is Having Negative Impact on the Health of Malawians: Report — IPS
Marriage of survival: Will climate change mean more child brides? — Al Jazeera
An Anti-Abortion Activist Tried to Make Colombia’s Abortion Law More Restrictive. Here’s Why That Could Backfire — TIME

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World Population: 2020 Overview — YaleGlobal Online

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Op-Ed: California calls itself a ‘reproductive freedom’ state. Here’s how it can make good on that — LA Times

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Editorial: American’s dip in population growth is a warning we shouldn’t ignore — Washington Post (we’re working on a response to this one!)

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