With preparations for America’s 2030 population census
underway and the Census Bureau encouraging additional public input
, it’s time to seriously evaluate the continued inclusion of the race question in the U.S. population census.
Approximately 225 million
people from around the world would like to migrate permanently to the United States. But given America’s current policies, relatively few of them will be able to do so legally.
Yes, lower the retirement ages! That is the key message that workers worldwide are conveying to their governments.
Israel of today as a Jewish and democratic state is a contradiction
of terms and as such may possibly become transformed into a genuinely democratic Israel tomorrow with justice and equality for all.
Fear of population ageing is all over the news media and in government offices of country capitals worldwide. Planet Earth is becoming “planet ageing”.
With one in ten
people in the world going hungry, food prices hitting record highs
, and the worsening conditions
of the environment and climate, it’s time for the world’s population of 8 billion to eat something that is available, abundant and inexpensive: plastics.
on 17 January 2023 that its population had declined for the first time in 60 years has fostered population decline hysteria and promoted more Ponzi demography
in many parts of the world.
Demography doesn’t care about such things as national strikes over pension retirement ages, public protests about contraception and abortion rights, sexual orientation, habits and preferences, political ideology and party affiliation, dress codes and head coverings, and religious identity, beliefs and practices.
Despite the objections, resistance and protests taking place in many countries
around the world, raising the official retirement age to receive government provided pension benefits is coming soon.
It’s time to step up, speak out and object to antisemitism. Antisemitic remarks, behavior and events cannot continue to be swept under the rug
, unethically edited
for political media consumption, or ignored
in hopes that they will simply go away.
Illegal immigration has evolved into a mounting crisis for a growing number of countries worldwide and governments appear to be at a loss on how to deal with the crisis.
Countries worldwide, and as different as India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Israel and Italy, are struggling with the issue of how best to balance diversity and meritocracy across disparate ethnic, racial, caste, linguistic and religious subgroups in their populations.
Contrary to the often-cited hype
of some celebrities
reported in the news media, the world’s population of 8,000,000,000
human beings is not going to collapse
any time soon.
Given the upcoming midterm elections
in the United States and the consequences of the outcome for domestic legislation
and programs as well as the country’s foreign policy
, it’s useful and fitting to review fundamental differences between America’s two major political parties on vital demographic issues.
Demography is at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as the fundamental obstacle to achieving to what each side has long desired: “שָׁלוֹם”, “سلام”,
While the world’s population of 8 billion
is continuing to increase and projected to reach 9 billion
by 2037 and 10 billion
by 2058, considerable diversity in the population growth of countries is continuing in the 21st century.
Many people around the world, especially those among the political far-right, do not accept the climate change crisis. Over the years their thinking, behavior, and policies dismissing climate change have largely continued and impaired global efforts to address global warming and environmental degradation.
The chances of a child dying before reaching age five years have dropped substantially worldwide during the recent past. However, a significant divide remains among countries as well as within regions in the chances of children dying.
While most countries in the world have made the transition from high to low rates of deaths and births, many countries, largely in Africa, face the challenges of high fertility rates that are resulting in rapidly growing populations.
With climate change bringing about increasing numbers of human deaths
and untold suffering
, and rising economic, social, and environmental consequences
worldwide, it’s time for governments to take bold action to address the climate change emergency.
The 24 June decision
of United States Supreme Court to overturn the country’s nearly 50-year constitutional right of a woman to an abortion is being felt worldwide.