Population Matters

Population Matters AGM and Conference 2016

Population Matters AGM and Conference 2016

The Population Matters Annual General Meeting and Conference 2016 will take place in central London on Saturday 8 October, 2016.

The event is open to all members, and attendance is free. Members for whom we have an email address will be sent an online booking form that will help to reduce administration.

You can join Population Matters at any time before the event.

Professor Diana Coole will be asking: ‘What’s the problem with population stabilisation?’

The morning — with tea/coffee from 10.30am, and then commencing at 11.00am — is the business section, comprising corporate reporting and approvals requirements, together with the presentation of Awards. You can choose to attend this morning session or not.

The afternoon session comprises presentations and discussions. It will commence with a talk from Professor Diana Coole (Birkbeck, University of London) entitled: ‘What’s the problem with population stabilisation?’

Following questions, there will be a presentation marking our 25th anniversary, and some short presentations on our activities and plans.

This will be followed by discussion sessions, with audience participation, on specific topics chosen by members.

These will finish by 5pm, following which those who wish to will be cordially invited to repair to the upstairs bar.

A draft agenda can be found here.

We very much welcome and appreciate our members’ input at the AGM, and look forward to seeing you on 8 October!

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