An open access, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal exploring all aspects of the relationship between human numbers and environmental issues.

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Editorial introduction Vol 5 No 1

Editorial introduction

Vol 5, No 1

David Samways

First online: 23 December 2020

The fractal biology of plague and the future of civilization

Comment

The fractal biology of plague and the future of civilization

William E Rees

First online: 9 December 2020

Population effects of increase in world energy use and CO2 emissions: 1990-2019

Peer reviewed article

Population effects of increase in world energy use and CO2 emissions: 1990-2019

Aalok Ranjan Chaurasia

First online: 3 December 2020

Humanity’s environmental problems can only be fixed by changing the system

Comment

Humanity’s environmental problems can only be fixed by changing the system. The coronavirus offers a chance.

Graeme Maxton

First online: 1 December 2020

Achieving a post-growth green economy

Editor reviewed article

Achieving a post-growth green economy

Douglas E. Booth

First online: 25 November 2020

We know how many people the earth can support

Comment

We know how many people the earth can support

Christopher Tucker

First online: 25 November 2020

Marx, population and freedom

Peer reviewed article

Marx, population and freedom

Julian Roche

First online: 22 September 2020

Editorial introduction Vol. 4, No. 2

Editorial introduction

Vol. 4, No. 2

David Samways

First online: 18 June 2020

Measuring net environmental impact from population growth and alternative energy

Peer reviewed article

Measuring net environmental impact from population growth and alternative energy

Travis D. Edwards and Luis Gautier

First online: 4 June 2020

Distaster vulnerability by demographics?

Invited article

Disaster vulnerability by demographics?

Ilan Kelman

First online: 27 May 2020