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Session 1 - Footprints: Environment, Population and Consumption

Description

Setting the framework for the conference, the speakers will address three of the main global issues affecting carrying capacity: Environment, Population and Consumption.

Discussion

Speakers
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Prof Georgina Mace

Professor of Conservation Science, Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College London. In 2002 elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and has worked extensively with IUCN.

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Ms Hania Zlotnick

Director, Population Division, UN. She has written and edited numerous reports published by the UN and has published over 35 articles in books and refereed journals.

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Ms Susan George

President of the Board, Transnational Institute. Areas of expertise include European trade policy; Debt and International Financial Institutions; Alternatives to Corporate Globalisation; Currency Transaction Tax and global Food Security.

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Chair: Professor Judith Stephenson

Margaret Pyke Professor of Sexual & Reproductive Health, UCL and Director of the Women’s Health Programme, UCL Partners, with  many years’ experience in the epidemiology and evaluation of sexual & reproductive health (SRH) interventions.

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Population footprints is supported by:

Leverhulme Trust & The Lancet

The symposium is coordinated by the UCL Institute for Global Health working towards the UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health

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