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.

Join Us for an Upcoming Event

Film Screening & Panel Discussion

The Singing Planet

The Earth offers an exquisitely rich wild chorus for those that take the time to listen. Enjoy an unforgettable immersion of these wild voices and the places that give rise to them during an on-demand screening of The Singing Planet.

After the screening period concludes, we’ll sit down with members of the film crew and PopConn staff for a panel discussion.

Screening Period: Saturday, April 2nd to Friday, April 8th
Panel Discussion: Friday, April 8th at 2pm ET/11am PT

More Details Here!

International Partnership Spotlight

Webinar with Lemur Love

Lemur Love is a small non-profit organization that conducts research, biodiversity conservation, and small-scale development in Madagascar. Its conservation efforts work in tandem with the Malagasy people and local grassroots organizations.

Join us for a discussion with Founder Dr. Marni LeFleur and on-the-ground Director Dr. Seheno who work diligently to improve the livelihoods of people, flora, and fauna around Tsimanampesotse National Park.

Date: Wednesday, April 13th
Time: 1pm ET/10am PT

More Details Here!

Demography Series Session

Population and the Environment 

Using the foundations of demography introduced in the first session of the series, we’ll explore the interconnections between human development, industrialization, living standards, consumption patterns, and the availability of natural resources at regional and societal scales.

Reviewing the first session of the series if you weren’t able to attend will be helpful ahead of this talk, but it isn’t necessary—we encourage anyone interested in this topic to join us!

Date: Wednesday, April 20th
Time: 3pm ET/12pm PT

More Details Here!

Explore Our Resources

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According to a Gallup poll, 4 in 10 Americans say three or more children is the ideal family size.

"Ideal Family Size" Does Not Equal Desired Fertility

There’s been much written since the 2020 Census and 2020 CDC births data were released, about desired vs. actual fertility, i.e. how many children Americans say is ideal vs. how…

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Vatican City, April 25, 2018: Pope Francis arrives for his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican. © Antoine Mekary

People Should Make Their Own Childbearing Decisions, Without Interference From Public Figures

There is nothing women love more than being given reproductive advice from men who have no idea what they’re talking about. Pope Francis’ and Elon Musk’s recent comments that encouraged…

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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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