"Population growth is emerging from its contentious history as a hot new topic. For anyone who wants to understand what's at stake, Robert Engelman's dazzling new book is essential reading. The writing is engaging, the material fascinating, and the topic vital. More is marvellous!"
(Juliet Schor Professor of Sociology, Boston College and author of Born to Buy)
"An astute and lively rumination that examines both the past and future of our planet. Robert Engelman's More is as thoughtful as it is thought-provoking."
(Rick Atkinson Pulitzer Prize-winning author of An Army at Dawn and The Day of Battle)
"Full of surprises, More is a fresh reminder to pay attention to the too-often hidden crux of our environmental crisis: the unsustainable rate of human population growth."
(Katherine Ellison author of The Mommy Brain and coauthor of The New Economy of Nature)
"This provocative, well-reasoned, and eminently readable book deserves a wide audience. The connections Engelman draws between opportunity for women and sustainable population are at once commonsensical and inspired."
(Joel E. Cohen Mauz� Professor of Populations, author of How Many People Can Support the Ear)
"With engaging prose, Engelman takes readers on a delightful journey—that both entertains and educates – of modern civilization and women's central role to ensuring the economic and social well-being of their families, communities, nations and the global community."
(Geeta Rao Gupta President, International Center for Research on Women)
"More offers an astute and compassionate look at the complex topic through the fresh lens of women's rights and their role in population control."
"Engelman...passionately argues that the best way to stem this growth is to empower women to control their own reproduction, yielding the smaller, more stable families they usually desire."
"Clear and accessible . . . engagingly written . . ."
(Population and Development Review)
"Robert Engelman has published his first and long anticipated book, More... It's a treasure trove of anthropological anecdotes for us who work to stabilize population through voluntary measures."
(The Reporter (Population Connection))
"Journalist Engelman brings a discerning eye to the literature on population trends, environmental sustainability, and women's efforts to control their reproductive lives."
"…convincingly champions women's reproductive rights the world over."
"More gives us a well-researched overview of fertility and women's desire to control it, delivering an entertaining array of theories and scientific findings from historical, sociological, anthropological, and cultural perspectives....He strikes a great balance of academia, wit, and humor..."
(Earth Island Journal)
"How do women's reproductive choices affect global population and environmental health? Despite his provocative subtitle, Engelman answers this question with humility, humor, and great deal of research."
"Useful and illuminating…"
(The Washington Post)