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Member and supporter media coverage

We submit op-eds and letters to the editor that respond critically to news coverage that rejects population concerns, and we congratulate media outlets that have the courage and common sense to publish pieces conveying valid concerns about population challenges.

Our members and supporters also submit op-eds and letters to the editor, and they often have better luck getting published in their local and state newspapers than we, as a national organization, ever could.

Below, you can find links to some of our members’ recent media coverage. If you’ve had a letter or article published, let us know so we can feature it here!

Here are some facts and figures to get you started, should you choose to draft a piece for consideration. Remember to include links to sources to make editors’ jobs easier!


Human population shouldn’t expand uncontrolled, by James Close
Albany Times-Union, December 25, 2023

Saving the planet also requires fewer children, by The Daily News of Newburyport, November 15, 2023

Climate solutions, by Cathy Kashanski
Times Argus, October 31, 2023

Guest column: Climate change and population growth are incompatible, by Dorothy Bradley
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, May 10, 2023


For Love of Nature: Connecting population and planetary health, by Shannon Brennan
Lynchburg News & Advance, June 29, 2022

Smaller families can benefit N.M. – and beyond, by JoAnn Silvey Ruppert
ABQ Journal, February 2, 2022

Population growth drop is a reason to cheer, by Tina Peak
The Mercury News, January 10, 2022


Contact us if you need help getting started or want a second pair of eyes to look over your work before you submit it to your chosen newspaper!

Marian Starkey

Vice President for Communications

Olivia Nater

Communications Manager