Why aren't we having babies?
Fertility in the West is in freefall and what we can('t) do about it.
Fertility is in freefall in almost every developed country globally, with 23 countries, including Spain and Japan, expected to see their populations halve by 2100. Italy will see its population go from 61 million to 28 million by the end of the century.
The many graphs documenting this are pretty much the same - a downward slope starting around the '70s…
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