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  1. April 18th 2014  |  Tags:

    Help fund this new population film!

    Is a Species set on endless growth sustainable? In the feature-length documentary Sense and Sustainability we ask the simple, yet involved question, “Is a species set on endless growth sustainable?” We...
  2. April 17th 2014  |  Tags: ,

    I Heart Spaceship Earth Campaign

    From the team that brought you GrowthBusters... Watch the video! Join the thunderclap by Earth Day April 22nd!
  3. April 17th 2014  |  Tags: , ,

    Earth Day: what’s the problem?

    The Earth Day website gives a clue: 'Our planet is at a turning point. The massive global migration underway now from countryside to cities will demand huge investments in energy, water,...
  4. April 17th 2014  |  Tags:

    Mother film free online 17 – 25.4.14

    Once again for Earth Day Tiroir A Films are streaming the full uncut version of their award-winning environmental film, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion, FREE beginning today and ending...
  5. April 11th 2014  |  Tags: , , ,

    Population-related MSc programme launched

    Birkbeck, University of London has begun offering an MSc in Population, Migration and Ecology. The launch of the programme is being kicked off with a special event that will be...
  6. April 11th 2014  |  Tags: ,

    Will our children eat?

    A series of reports from different sources have, in recent years, sought to reassure readers that food security for all is still possible in 2050. Analysis reveals, however, that most...
  7. April 8th 2014  |  Tags: , ,

    Support Guillebaud’s bike vs. car eco race!

    Support patron John Guillebaud’s eco bike vs. car race from central London to Kew! Funds raised go to Population Matters. JustGiving page
  8. April 8th 2014  |  Tags:

    Did you help bury the Eco Time Capsule?

    Population Matters patron Professor John Guillebaud would like to contact anyone who attended the burial of the Eco Time Capsule in Kew Gardens on 5 June 1994. If you were...
  9. April 3rd 2014  |  Tags: , ,

    Environmental discussion in Durham on 6 April

    Board member Stephen Bown at the Bowes Museum in Durham on 6 April will lead a discussion about the environmental concerns related to overpopulation, overconsumption and climate change, and what...
  10. March 26th 2014  |  Tags:

    UK TV documentary on rising food prices

    Jimmy Doherty examines how the big challenges of the 21st century are affecting food prices, from the rise of Asia to the power of the financial markets, and from growing...