Humans may owe their place as Earth’s dominating species to their ability to share and cooperate with each other, according to a new study published in the Journal of Anthropological Research. In “How There Got to Be So Many of Us: The Evolutionary Story of Population Growth and a Life History of Cooperation,” Karen L. […]
larger families are not happening anywhere where the population has become urban, and urbanity is now the majority mode of the population and becoming moreso. Every developed country on the planet is experiencing falling birth rates. Singapore (with the lowest fertility rate in the world) will pay couples $5,000 for a first child and up […]
The 3 Unmentionables If you are ever at a dinner party and have the audacity to mention 1 of the 3 ‘unmentionables’ you risk being thrown out onto the street or worse – embarrassed and shamed by all, perhaps even put in the stocks! So, what are these 3 ‘unmentionables’? Sex, religion and politics or in […]
Nicole Morgan, Ph.D, CACOR Board of Directors .
The International Migration Report 2017 (Highlights) 18 December 2017 There are now an estimated 258 million people living in a country other than their country of birth — an increase of 49% since 2000 — according to new figures released by UN DESA today, on International Migrants Day. The International Migration Report 2017 (Highlights), a biennial […]