Population Matters

Visuals & audio

Visuals & audio

We list relevant video, audio, presentations and cartoons.

Video Video

In addition to these listed below, many more videos on population and related issues can be found on our YouTube channel.

Family planning

The Secret History of Sex, Choice and Catholics Catholics for Choice — The Secret History of Sex, Choice and Catholics
Healthy People, Healthy Environment New Security Beat — Healthy People, Healthy Environment
Empty Handed: Impact of Lack of Access to Family Planning Population Action International — Empty Handed: Impact of Lack of Access to Family Planning
Tall As the Baobob Tree Jeremy Teicher — Tall As the Baobab Tree

Population

The People Problem; The Danger of Human Success Michael Buerk — The People Problem; The Danger of Human Success
Stephen Emmott: Ten Billion Stephen Emmott — Ten Billion
Critical Mass Mike Freedman — Critical Mass
The Eighth Billion Monty Hempel — The Eighth Billion
The Seven Billionth Human: What Does This Birth Mean? John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health — The Seven Billionth Human: What Does This Birth Mean?
Stopping at Two Is Better for the Planet Roger Martin — Stopping at Two Is Better for the Planet
Sense and Sustainability Sense and Sustainability — Trailer and Video-Clips from Feature-Length Documentary
Mother: Caring for Seven Billion Tiroir A Films Productions — Mother: Caring for Seven Billion
World Population Prospects United Nations — World Population Prospects

Sustainability

GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth Citizen-Powered Media — GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth
Crash Course — 45-Minute Version Chris Martenson — Crash Course: 45-Minute Version
Crash Course — Chapter 18: Environment Chris Martenson — Crash Course — Chapter 18: Environment
Lecture on Sustainability Stephen Emmott — Lecture on Sustainability
How Do We Feed a Growing World and Still Sustain the Planet? Jonathan Foley — How Do We Feed a Growing World and Still Sustain the Planet?

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Audio Audio

David Attenborough - BBC Interview David Attenborough — BBC Interview
John Guillebaud - Outgrowing our planet John Guillebaud – Outgrowing our planet
Roger Martin and Professor Rees - Population and ecological footprinting Roger Martin and Professor Rees — Population and ecological footprinting
Dan Mayo - Too Many People Now Dan Mayo — Too many people now

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Preferred presentationsPreferred presentations

Population and the steady-state economy — Powerpoint slides
Population, family planning and international development — Powerpoint slides
Population, fertility and family planning — Powerpoint slides
Population numbers and global sustainability — Powerpoint slides
Population, the environment and sustainability — Powerpoint slides

Presentation componentsPresentation components

Sahel graphic — PDF slide (Roger Martin)
Useful graphs — Powerpoint slides
Worldwide conferences on world population — PDF slide
Presentation template — Microsoft Powerpoint template
Annual increment in global population — Microsoft Word document containing bar chart
European Union overseas development aid pie charts — PDF slide
Population growth to 2050: Africa bar chart — PDF slide (Roger Martin)
World population trend — Stanton diagram — PDF slide * JPG graphic (William Stanton)
United Kingdom population projections — Microsoft Excel spreadsheet showing projections and other data for 2010—2110. Source: ONS
Allocation of international funding for population assistance — Microsoft Word document
Trend of actual donor support for contraceptives with estimated requirements, 1997–2015 — PDF document of single slide
21st century challenges — Internet single slide (Roger Martin)
United Kingdom views on population — Powerpoint slide (Simon Ross)
Increase in human activities during the last century — Powerpoint slide

Readymade presentationsReadymade presentations

Introduction

Why population matters — PDF of Powerpoint slideshow about the issues and Population Matters (Jonty Whittleton)

Family planning

Unintended pregnancies — Powerpoint slideshow
Restoring balance — Powerpoint slideshow illustrating the importance of family planning (Jane O’Sullivan)

Population

Misconceptions — Powerpoint slideshow on common misconceptions about population and sustainability
Population, family planning and international development — Brief Powerpoint slideshow on these subjects
Implementing K* — Powerpoint slideshow on choosing and moving towards optimum global carrying capacity for humans (Max Kummerow)
Population numbers and global sustainability — Malmesbury School and Bath University Global Connection Conference Powerpoint presentation (Steve Bown)
An even more inconvenient truth — Web-based slideshow challenging the view that population growth is not a major environmental issue (Alan Stedall)
Human population – 7 billion and rising — PDF of Powerpoint slideshow about the future impact of rising population and increasing demand for resources (Len Mann)
The problem with population — Powerpoint slideshow explaining why population growth is problematic (Simon Ross)
Population and the environment — Powerpoint slideshow about population growth and sustainability (Simon Ross)
Population 1 2 3 4 5 6 — Powerpoint slideshows humourously illustrated (Sandy Irvine)
Sex – and the planet — Powerpoint slideshow about population growth and reproductive health (John Guillebaud)
World population growth — infographic
World population – infographic

Sustainability

World on the edge: how to prevent environmental and economic collapse — Powerpoint slideshow and PDF showing that demand for natural resources is outstripping supply (Lester Brown)
The steady-state economy – Powerpoint slideshow questioning why economic growth is seen as the solution to the world’s economic problems instead of a cause
The steady-state economy and economic degrowth – Powerpoint slideshow arguing for “ecological ecomomics” (Blake Alcott)
Review of People and the Planet – Powerpoint slideshow summarising the report (Richard Vernon)
Growthbusters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 – Powerpoint slideshows about sustainability that can be used singly or combined (Sandy Irvine)

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Preferred presentationsCartoons

The World Matters blog (Roy Wallis)
Global overpopulation (Steve Greenberg)
Human population growth chart (Steve Greenberg)
Pop-man (Steve Greenberg)
Population congratulations (Steve Greenberg)
World population (Steve Greenberg)
World population in billions (Steve Greenberg)
Every year… (Mike Keefe)
Artificial vs. natural population “control” (Signe Wilkinson)
Seven billion gusher (Jim Morin/The Miami Herald)
We don’t talk about that (Tim Newcomb)

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