PRB Topic Feed: Environment/Topics/Environment.aspxCommunity Action Addresses Population Impacts on the EnvironmentA young population age structure, in-migration, and high fertility contribute to rapid population growth in many communities, exerting pressure on local resources. 02/09/2007/Publications/Articles/2007/CommunityActionAddressesPopulationImpactsEnvironment.aspxfa1e7585-345f-4f9e-a429-e8ab790579e5Climate Change Impacts and Emerging Population Trends: A Recipe for Disaster?More sizzling summers. Rising sea levels. Increasingly violent storms and floods. These are just a few of the many potential impacts of climate change projected by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).10/01/2001/Publications/Articles/2001/ClimateChangeImpactsandEmergingPopulationTrendsARecipeforDisaster.aspx58d813b0-9c12-4444-ad23-f45171e53e0fThe Role of Intergenerational Land Transfers and Education in Fertility Transition in Rural Kenya Using data from Nyeri District in rural Kenya, researchers examined the impact of diminishing land availability, farm size, and inheritance patterns on fertility decisionmaking and behavior, and shed new light on the role of education, long considered the key determinant of fertility transition.07/22/2010/Publications/Articles/2010/kenyafertility.aspxf07d8be2-6064-4db7-abdf-be5810bb7aebEconomic Shock of Crop Loss Increases Contraceptive Use Among Women in Rural TanzaniaIncreasing access to family planning during rough economic times gives couples the option to postpone pregnancies. In his research on Tanzania, the author found that rural households increased contraceptive use when provided at an affordable rate, if they lost a significant portion of their crop.06/05/2013/Publications/Articles/2013/tanzania-crop-loss.aspxd57de2e8-6bdd-4da0-a1b4-ec9aa7a1eb2bLowest-Income Countries Hit Hardest by Climate ChangeThe global problem of climate change poses the greatest threat to the least developed countries.04/24/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/climate-change-and-poor-countries.aspx9ceb9ed4-9bb7-49ac-be29-b6ad08a1aeffHow Family Planning Could Help Slow Climate Change Ms. Magazine blog published "How Family Planning Could Help Slow Climate Change," by PRB's Kristen P. Patterson.12/01/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/ms-blog-family-planning-climate-change.aspx8e1ff4fa-2e51-4c5a-91f3-295e8606361dHow Much Land Should Be Protected for Biodiversity?The use of numerical or percentage targets for protected areas—say, setting aside 10 percent of a biome for protection—has helped lead to accelerated growth in these areas worldwide. But the targeted approach doesn’t guarantee protection to areas that most need it, nor does it ensure effective management.06/01/2006/Publications/Articles/2006/HowMuchLandShouldBeProtectedforBiodiversity.aspx7fecca45-e3ef-4522-a7ed-54d39c7a3f51Climate Change, Health, and Population Dynamics: A View From TanzaniaCool Green Science, a blog by the Nature Conservancy, published "Climate Change, Health, and Population Dynamics: A View From Tanzania," by PRB's Kristen P. Patterson.01/08/2016/Publications/Articles/2016/family-planning-cool-green-science.aspx5f51c770-6758-42c1-bcc5-b2569c7aedf2PRB Discuss Online: Environment, Poverty, and Security in Today's World, What's Population Got to Do With It?During a PRB Discuss Online, Roger-Mark De Souza, technical director for population, health, and environment at PRB, answered participants' questions about population, health, and environment links. 01/25/2007/Publications/Articles/2007/discussionjan2007.aspx415a0032-37c7-48cd-bff7-46a80439c72bPesticides: A Threat to Central America's Children and the Region's FuturePesticides pose a health threat to people of all ages, but children face the greatest danger of all. And while children all over the world are menaced by these chemicals, nowhere is the threat more serious than in Central America.09/01/2001/Publications/Articles/2001/PesticidesAThreattoCentralAmericasChildrenandtheRegionsFuture.aspx2ce2b2e3-6d88-49eb-ae63-ef95fa39c1d1