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Off the Clock: Europeans Can Expect to Spend Over Half of Their Lives After Age 15 Providing Unpaid Care Work
Women spend more time as caregivers than men, and childless adults provide more support to their parents than those with children, studies on Europe show
Mark Mather from our U.S. Programs team looks back at key population trends since he joined PRB in 1998.
The climate crisis demands nuanced, holistic, and equitable solutions that integrate approaches at the nexus of population, health, and gender, firmly grounded in local knowledge and needs.
Lessons from my experience at a climate change conference in Cape Town, South Africa
“If we lose public trust in our data sources, it doesn’t matter the data that we collect,” Jordan said.
The urgency of the climate crisis and its escalating impacts demand we respond with equal urgency to build adaptation and resilience, especially for the populations facing the worst effects.