population growth


So you really want to save the planet, do you?

COLBY COSH proposes a zero-child policy for “passionate” environmentalists


And now the bad news

Charlottetown’s not a bad place to live, but it could be run better


The Global Extinction crisis may have been Overstated

Two researchers say the damage to the world’s tropical forests may not be as bad as first feared. Because population growth is slowing in many countries and people are moving to cities, the pressure to cut down primary rainforest and use marginal land for agriculture is falling, according to Joseph Wright of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and Helene Muller-Landau of the University of Minnesota.