Posted February 3, 2022 The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (Retired), launched the revised National Population Policy for Sustainable Development, stressing the need for urgent action to address Nigeria’s high fertility rate, by expanding access to modern contraceptive methods throughout the country. The president also inaugurated the National Population ManagementRead More →

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday launched the revised National Population Policy for Sustainable Development in Abuja, stressing the need for urgent action to address Nigeria’s high fertility rate by expanding access to modern contraceptive methods across the country. The President also inaugurated the National Council for Population Management (NCPM), whichRead More →

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to the latest edition of Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions’ Annual Real Rate Report, areas of the United States that have experienced well above average population growth in recent years (including Miami, FL and Seattle, WA) are experiencing a considerable increase in the hourly rates of law firms. PoweredRead More →

The House of Representatives has called on the federal government to take action to “urgently control” the country’s population growth. The lower legislative house passed the resolution during the plenary session on Tuesday after passing a motion sponsored by Chinedu Obidigwe, an Anambra state legislator. In June 2021, the UnitedRead More →

Gwynne Dyer is a Canadian international affairs journalist and commentator. OPINION: In population policy, the magic number is 2.1. This is the “replacement level”: if a country’s fertility rate (the average number of children a woman has in her lifetime) is 2.1, then the country’s population will remain stable .Read More →

Statewide housing crisis hits Davis hard By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — [email protected] Davis has traditionally been a city with low population growth, according to Barbara Archer, communications and customer service manager for the City of Davis. In June 1986, an advisory measure was approved, calling on Davis to grow as slowlyRead More →

New figures from Statistics Canada show what some are calling an encouraging trend in and around Lethbridge as the population continues to grow at a faster rate than other parts of Alberta. According to annual population estimates released Thursday, the population of the Lethbridge CMA (census metropolitan area) increased byRead More →

Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Sen. Gary Peters and other northern Michigan lawmakers traveled to Traverse City on Friday for a policy conference. They joined business leaders to discuss key issues affecting the region, including affordable childcare, widespread high-speed internet and more housing. Governor Whitmer said that for northern Michigan’s rural communitiesRead More →

Bald eagle population size is affected by lead poisoning, according to scientists from Cornell University’s Department of Public Health and Ecosystems. One study found that the birds ate hunters’ hunting ammunition, reducing their population growth by 4-6%. For the study, published in the Journal of Wildlife Management, scientists have lookedRead More →

There were more deaths than births on Vancouver Island in 2021, but the population continued to grow thanks to the high number of people moving from other parts of the province, according to the latest growth estimates from Statistics Canada. Among the metropolitan areas for which Statistics Canada has providedRead More →

Internal Security plans to resolve the issues with the border wall gates as part of the border clean-up projects. In a cove near Douglas, metal gates were ripped off their hinges by water and debris that came through the summer monsoons earlier this year. Danyelle Khmara / Arizona Daily StarRead More →

For the first time since 2016, Alaska’s population has increased, according to population estimates released Thursday by the state Department of Labor. The state’s population grew by 932 people from April 2020 to July 2021, according to the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. This 0.1% change increased theRead More →

On January 1, at the stroke of midnight, New York City welcomed its first new inhabitant of 2022: Leyla Gessel Tzunun Garcia, born at the start of the new year at Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn. With changing population and fertility trends, however, there is less competition to become theRead More →

Texas gained more residents than any other state between July 2020 and July 2021, according to recent data from the US Census Bureau. With a July 2021 population of 29,527,941, the Lone Star State recorded the largest annual and cumulative numerical gain, increasing by 310,288 (1.1%) and 382,436 (1.3%) respectively.Read More →

MANILA, Philippines – The Filipino population is expected to grow by just 0.3% or 324,000 in 2021, according to the Commission on Population and Development (Popcom). Popcom, in a statement, said this annual “natural increase” is the lowest since the period between 1946 and 1947, when the population grew byRead More →

By the Indian Legal Office Three candidates from the municipal corporations of Vadodara and Rajkot were disqualified on February 8 under the two-child policy in Gujarat for running for election. The nominations were contested as each candidate had three children. The electoral official of Ward 15 of the Vadodara MunicipalRead More →

The Philippines could register its slowest population growth this year, but even that cannot guarantee that the country can start reaping the demographic dividend anytime soon. Based on the latest estimate from Population and Development (Popcom), only 324,000 Filipinos, a 0.3 percent increase in the country’s population, are expected thisRead More →

China has committed genocide in the Xinjiang region by preventing births among the Uyghur population, a London panel investigating alleged human rights abuses concluded on Thursday. Nine lawyers and human rights experts have published their opinion after hearing allegations of torture, rape and inhuman treatment at two evidence hearings thisRead More →

On Thursday, a House leader slammed the government for pretending that the economy would not prosper without population control. Deputy Speaker of the House and representative of the BUHAY party list, Lito Atienza, released the statement after Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Karl Chua cited the “crucial role of reproductive health andRead More →

More sordid details of China’s excesses and machinations in the Xinjiang region have been learned by CNN-News 18. During Beijing’s so-called re-education campaign, Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in the regions rural people in southern Xinjiang have been branded as ‘surplus labour’ or ‘labour poor’ and sent to work inRead More →

Even as India’s national total fertility rate (TFR) falls below replacement level, BJP MP for Rajya Sabha Kirori Lal Meena has pushed for a ‘population control’ law on the model of China’s now abandoned one-child policy. The latest set of NFHS 2019-21 survey results released by the Union Department ofRead More →

Based on data from Phase 2 of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) -5 released on Wednesday which showed India’s total fertility rate fell for the first time, the Ministry of Health is considering a district approach to address the problem of population control, especially in states where TFR hasRead More →

Mathematicians analyzed global COVID-19 data to identify two constants that can drastically alter a country’s infection rate. An international team of researchers led by Professor Alexander Gorban of the University of Leicester used available data from 13 countries to determine the rate of stress response, or “mobilization”, and the rateRead More →

Mathematicians analyzed global COVID-19 data to identify two constants that can dramatically change a country’s infection rate. An international team of researchers led by Professor Alexander Gorban of the University of Leicester used available data from 13 countries to determine the rate of stress response, or “mobilization” and the rateRead More →