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Population Matters

Population Matters is a membership charity working for population and environmental sustainability. Our website is at www.populationmatters.org.


Population Matters

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People's Climate March - London

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David Attenborough - People and Planet

Population Matters - For a Sustainable Future

Jane Goodall - There is Still Hope for the Environment

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Partha Dasgupta - Nature's Role in Sustaining Economic Development

Smaller Families are Sustainable Families Poster

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  • Sara Oliver
    Sara Oliver

    Harmony reigns - just looking at this beautiful photo makes me breathe a sigh of relief

Paul Ehrlich - Seven Billion of Us

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  • Sara Oliver
    Sara Oliver

    Quality not quantity & perfect balance !

Shreela Flather - Women Key to Meeting Humanitarian Goals

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Deceptively Spacious Poster

John Guillebaud - Population, Peak Oil and Climate Change

David Attenborough Leaflet

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James Lovelock - Population Reduction

Happy Bunnies Leaflet

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    Nihilists for Animal Rights

    Even my bunny is a non-breeder :)

Aubrey Manning - Population: Can We Begin to Talk Sensibly?

Prof. Aubrey Manning - Population: Can We Begin to Talk Sensibly?

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Norman Myers, Visiting Professor, Oxford Centre for the Environment

A Talk with Norman Myers

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Chris Packham on the Natural Environment White Paper

Chris Packham on the Natural Environment White Paper

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Sara Parkin, Forum for the Future

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