Don’t believe the hype: Global fertility rates are falling but it’s nothing to panic about, population expert says

Business Insider Australia | Aug 15, 2020 at 1:17 PM
  • Amy* knew from a young age she never wanted to have children.
  • Amy is part of a growing movement of women making the same decision, affecting global fertility rates.
  • Harper believes that by publishing studies like the Lancet report, researchers make people assume that the solution to the problem of falling fertility rates is to pressure more women into having children – when really, it’s a natural process.