PRB Topic Feed: Family Planning/Topics/FamilyPlanning.aspxFamily Planning Rights and Climate Change: Connecting the Two Is the Right Thing to DoJason Bremner, who leads PRB's population, health, and environment work, was interviewed on MSNBC's Greenhouse program. He discussed a recent report from PRB and the Worldwatch Institute focusing on the work of an expert working group that identified opportunities to advance the goal of achieving universal access to family planning as part of climate compatible development.10/01/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/bremner-msnbc-greenhouse.aspxcc1d3d09-7412-4d02-8c65-95872940ae53PRB Blogs From ICFPKeep up with the Population Reference Bureau via our Tumblr blog at the International Conference on Family Planning.01/27/2016/Publications/Articles/2016/icfp-prb-blog.aspx8700ca03-0452-4bb8-b36c-f43d9b61f2b7PRB Discuss Online: Integrating Family Planning and HIV ProgramsDuring a PRB Discuss Online, Rose Wilcher, Family Health International (FHI), and Susan Adamchak, FHI and Kansas State University, answered participants' questions about the advantages of and the barriers to improving family planning/HIV integration. 03/11/2010/Publications/Articles/2010/discussionmarch12010.aspx42735277-3f8f-4380-9d08-c48ce94b7329The Power of Young People: Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Policy Change After the International Conference on Family PlanningWith the goal of advancing and improving policies that impact young people and their sexual health, PRB co-sponsored an e-forum with the Interagency Youth Working Group, moderated by FHI360 and supported by USAID, Pathfinder, and the Youth Health and Rights Coalition. 03/04/2014/Publications/Articles/2014/youth-rights-family-planning.aspxf25071a5-3b40-4a2b-82e7-e6dd9fe458d1Exploring Climate and Population LinkagesAs the world turns its attention to Paris and the global climate talks, decisionmakers are increasingly making the connection between population and climate change. Research is expanding on the contribution of population size, growth, and composition to climate change. 12/02/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/climate-population-linkages.aspxe2542c6a-6113-463a-8bbe-328e41853f32'Making the Case for U.S. International Family Planning Assistance,' Steven Sinding, Guttmacher InstituteInternational public health assistance and policy has largely focused on challenges such as HIV/AIDS and malaria in recent years, and family planning programs have often been overlooked. Now is the time for increased investment. 01/16/2009/Publications/Articles/2009/makingthecase.aspxcd96d36c-8a6e-44e8-9a91-13ee6ef02a2fTeen Births Continue to Decline in U.S.Births to U.S. teenage girls ages 15 to 17 have decreased by 63 percent over the past 20 years, according to the latest statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.06/20/2014/Publications/Articles/2014/us-teen-births.aspx6d2b21b7-d2c9-4e82-87f1-fe750e475ef4Ethiopia and the Demographic DividendOver the last decade, Ethiopia has made amazing progress in improving the health and development of its people; and recent economic growth has also been strong. But Ethiopia will have to substantially increase its investments in meeting family planning needs to create the age structure needed for a demographic dividend. 11/25/2012/Publications/Articles/2012/ethiopia.aspx055fa3b5-aaa5-4474-8600-461f16aba3d2Two New Policy Briefs Focus on Sustainable Development Goals in Pakistan and MalawiRecent research suggests linking family planning to broader development goals may alleviate of rapid population growth and associated pressures upon natural and human resources. Reducing unintended pregnancies through voluntary family planning is one clear way of easing such pressures.08/23/2017/Publications/Reports/2017/From-the-Health-Policy-Plus-Project.aspx723e5980-d178-41ba-ad7c-97f2d25d23c1Recent Surveys Fill in Gaps in Our Knowledge of FertilityDHS and MICS surveys continue to fills large gaps in our knowledge of what is happening in those developing countries where systems for annual registration of births are simply not available.12/03/2014/Publications/Articles/2014/dhs-mics-results-2014.aspxfb96fd04-f703-4b4a-8c51-15f9944394e9