Study framework This study was conducted in the Benishangul-Gumuz and Gambella regions of western Ethiopia (Fig. 1). These two regions were selected because they have the highest malaria burdens in Ethiopia and are regionally significant with respect to malaria epidemiology. About half of Ethiopia’s population, 52.9 out of 100, subscribeRead More →

If the federal government is serious about its goal of preventing any further extinctions of Australian wildlife, it must understand that preserving habitat is key. According to Sustainable Population Australia (SPA), this requires an end to human population growth. Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek today announced a zero extinction target forRead More →

Politicians, bureaucrats and religious leaders refuse to address the root cause of our environmental and political problems: overpopulation. The First Immigrants of our hemisphere lived here for millennia without exceeding the carrying capacity of the earth. But population growth is destroying our planet. Due to religious, cultural and economic opposition,Read More →