13:05 | Some say population growth is the root of all the problems we will face in the future and that it is rapidly spiralling out of control. But a new report suggests the numbers might not be quite as bad as we previously thought.
7:59 | Developing countries have long been blamed for destroying the environment with their large families. Overpopulation has been identified as the enemy. But how accurate is this claim exactly?
12:26 | Pop star Blythe Pepino came to realise that far-reaching choices are needed to save the climate. Such as not fulfilling your wish to have children.
9:58 | Faced with the stark reality of the climate crisis, a growing movement of people are deciding not to have children.
14:47 | Despite a dramatic reduction in fertility rates since 1950, our global population continues to rise.
1:17:38 | A high population may indeed be damaging for reasons related to climate change, but if so, the reasons for this are more subtle; professor Hilary Greaves will outline what they might be.
5:46 | Fin illustrativ grafik af befolkningsudviklingen.
1:20:21 | Further population growth to the predicted 10 billion by 2050 cannot be sustained at the current level of productivity, a problem made worse by climate change.
3:18 | Hans Rosling demonstrates the dynamics of population growth, child mortality and carbon dioxide emissions.