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South Korea has the world’s lowest birth rate, according to a United Nations report released on Tuesday (June 30), as women in Asia’s fourth-largest economy struggle to achieve a balance between work and other life demands.
As we usher in the 2020s with a coronavirus outbreak and massive wildfires, one feels tempted to make forecasts for the upcoming decade with a glimmer of hope amidst the gloom. However, when it comes to demographics for East Asia, there is no silver lining.
We come now to the conclusion of this series on the global fertility crisis.
In his article, “The Global Fertility Crisis” (published on Jan. 9, 2020 by the National Review), Lyman Stone, an adjunct fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
ON Jan. 3, 2020, at the start of the New Year and the New Decade, author and former United States presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan wrote a column that got me thinking in a new light about the most urgent problems facing the world today.
NCR Now Below Replacement Fertility, Central Luzon and Calabarzon Already At Replacement, According to PopCom
The Australian Bureau of Statistics predicts that in the next 50 years, without net external migration, Sydney’s population will actually decline, rather than increase by 4.5 million people!
“Experts on Monday noted the move signals a further relaxation of the fertility policy amid the country’s declining birth rate.”
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A group of over 11,000 scientists are calling for population control measures to avoid severe human suffering from global climate change, a notion a demographer says is heavily tied to money and not actual science.