Maine Population News Articles Endangered animals could get life-saving boost from oil, gas funds under new bill – March 11, 2018 Size and value of Maine lobster haul fell sharply in 2017 – March 2, 2018 Plan for giant Maine salmon farm spurs questions about water pollution, fish guts – February 23, 2018 Our View: Time […]
Louisiana Population News Articles After Decades Of Air Pollution, A Louisiana Town Rebels Against A Chemical Giant – March 6, 2018 INSECTS FEAST ON LOUISIANA WETLANDS, INVITING THE GULF IN – February 24, 2018 EPA Sued Over Oxygen Standards in Louisiana Waters – February 20, 2018 Apple snail creating problems for Louisiana and Texas crawfish and […]
Idaho Population News Articles Citizen Scientists In Idaho Can Help Declining Bumblebees – June 4, 2018 What’s behind the population boom? – June 2, 2018 Meridian listed as Idaho’s fastest growing city – May 25, 2018 What the Fastest Growth in the U.S. Means for Idaho Politics – May 13, 2018 Real estate demand in eastern […]
NPG State Fact Sheet To foster greater interest in population issues on the state and local level, NPG has published a new series of State Fact Sheets. Full of useful and targeted information, the valuable Focus On series will be used to engage NPG supporters in specific areas as well as offer insightful data for […]
I recently ran across the following OpEd by Senator Harry Reid, the current Senate Majority Leader, in the Los Angeles Times. It is of particular interest in light of the current Senate consideration of S744, a proposal to rewrite the immigration laws to legalize illegal immigrants and increase the flow of immigration.
The United Nations Population Division on May 3rd released its 2010 world population projections. The study is the best available collection of current world demographic data, but the projections, as usual, are something of a parlor game. They involve questionable and highly optimistic assumptions about fertility and mortality. They ignore other studies that identify external forces that will […]