We have an abundance of resources for supporters to expand their population knowledge along with virtual opportunities to get involved with our work. Although we’re not currently organizing any in-person volunteer opportunities due to the ongoing pandemic, there is something new for everyone to discover. From virtual webinars, quarterly magazines, on-demand film screenings, and blog posts, learn more about how you can join us in taking steps toward global population stabilization.

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World Population Day

Pronatalism and Rapid Population Growth: Challenging the Social Pressures to Have Children

In this presentation, Executive Director of Population Balance Nandita Bajaj will discuss her work on one of the main drivers of unsustainable population growth: pronatalism. Pronatalism encourages people to have large families for the sake of governmental interests such as the economy and national security. This preference for population growth is most often perpetrated by politicians, economists, and religious leaders.

In addition to undermining reproductive, social, and ecological justice, pronatalist beliefs, combined with a human-supremacist worldview, fuel denialism about the real effect of population pressures. This prevents healthy and urgently needed dialogue and action around climate change, biodiversity loss, empowerment and equality of girls and women, and a multitude of other emerging crises we face.

*The views expressed in this presentation and complimentary slides belong to the speaker and do not necessarily represent the mission of our organization.*

Date: Wednesday, July 13th
Time: 2pm ET/11am PT

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Celebrating Biodiversity

Trivia Night

We’re excited to be collaborating with our partners at the Center for Biological Diversity for our second annual Biodiversity Trivia Night! If you’re a nature lover, clean energy enthusiast, or family planning fanatic this trivia night is for you! Question topics will range from green technology, reproductive health services, and of course biological diversity!

Date: Wednesday, July 27th
Time: 7pm ET/4pm PT

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Page Turners Book Club

Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist

Our current economic system calling for growth has pushed us to environmental breaking points. In Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist, Oxford academic Kate Raworth proposes a new way of thinking, where natural resource availability is more carefully considered.

With her “doughnut compass” model, Raworth offers an economic roadmap for global development, corporate strategies, and policy initiatives, redefining what economic success looks like in the 21st century.

Date: Wednesday, August 10th
Time: 4pm ET/1pm PT

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8 Billion Reasons to Commemorate This Year's World Population Day

July 11th is World Population Day, which seeks to “focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues.” World Population Day was conceived by the United Nations and first…

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8 Billion and Growing: World Population Milestones Throughout History

We have become a world of 8 billion in 2022. After passing the 7 billion milestone in 2011, it only took 11 years to add the latest billion. When Did…

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Frequently Asked Questions

You don’t have to be a demographer to understand the fundamentals of human population growth. In fact, everyone must come to understand these issues if we’re going to ensure a positive quality of life for generations to come.

Read more on our FAQ Page!

Common Myths and Misconceptions

We’ve dedicated a page to dispel some of the most common myths and misconceptions regarding our work advocating for reproductive rights and stabilizing global population growth.

Learn More about Common Misconceptions Here!

Catch up on our Quarterly Magazine

Our quarterly magazine is America’s voice for population stabilization. Consisting of impactful articles, relevant statistics, and testimonies from our members, our magazine is sure to be an insightful read!

Our Magazine Archive is Available Here!

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