Climate and the Crib
Religion and Fertility in Canada
She’s (Not) Having a Baby
Lyman Stone is a Cardus senior fellow and a demographer specializing in fertility and family. His work explores the connections between social values and attitudes, economic systems, and family formation.
LYMAN STONE is a Cardus senior fellow and a demographer specializing in fertility and family. He is also the director of research for the demographic consulting firm Demographic Intelligence and a PhD candidate in sociology at McGill University. He, his wife, and their three daughters live in Montreal, Quebec.
Climate Change Concerns Are Not Causing Lower Birthrates
Birthrates and Religion
New study shows religious women have – and desire – more kids
Religious Canadians Are Less Anxious About Having Children
Why Canadian Women Aren’t Having the Children They Desire
Why Aren’t Women Having More Babies? We Should Ask Them
Counting Up Canada’s Missing Kids
Where Have All the Babies Gone?
Canadian Women Are Having Fewer Babies than They Want: Report
The Missing Link Between Climate Change and Women’s Fertility