Whether you agree with the author or not, his book is a very interesting and entertaining read.
Engelman demonstrates that providing women a basic level of health care, including effective birth control, will solve the problem of overpopulation!
This book has some very well thought out arguments with detailed conclusions backed up with historical data and first hand research.
Full disclosure: Robert Engelman is my brother.
More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want, is an explanation of the history and prehistory of human population... Read more
This book is written well, with extensive research, numerous statistics and a sense of humor. The author is vice president for programs at the Worldwatch Institute and was formerly... Read morePublished on February 26, 2010 by Frank D. Lock
"More" is on the ROROTOKO list of cutting-edge intellectual nonfiction. Robert Engelman's book interview ran here as cover feature on March 27, 2009.Published on August 5, 2009 by ROROTOKO
Bravo for such an honest and intuitive book!
"More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want" By Robert Engelman addresses the topic of population growth and Engelman... Read more
Population growth is a controversial topic, a contested landscape where consensus is rarely achieved. Read morePublished on December 29, 2008 by Rodolfo Tello
Only in the last few years has the environmentalist community's urgent warning of the perils of human-induced global warming begun to be reported seriously by the mainstream... Read morePublished on December 28, 2008 by John T. Wertime
This author must be crazy to think that the same old arguments for birth control and "overpopulation" will convince educated readers. Read morePublished on December 10, 2008 by RuskinTL
Engelman demonstrates that providing women a basic level of health care, including effective birth control, will solve the problem of overpopulation! Read morePublished on August 29, 2008 by Anne Fitzhugh
Reports vary, but about 2752 people died in the 9/11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Read morePublished on August 26, 2008 by Max Kummerow