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Family planning and climate change

Updated: Wed, 8 May 2013

Introduction

Getting contraceptives and other family planning services to the more than 200 million women who want them but have no access will be key to limiting world population growth and demand for resources, experts say - and one of the most effective ways to slow climate change.

Getting contraceptives and other family planning services to the more than 200 million women who want them but have no access will be key to limiting world population growth and demand for resources, experts say - and one of the most effective ways to slow climate change.