- Live Stream
- Archived Videos
- Welcome Address - Prof. Malcolm Grant
- Keynote - HE Ernest Rwamucyo
- Keynote - Ms Sara Parkin OBE
- Keynote - Prof. Maria Lee
- Questions & Discussion: Prof. Anthony Costello
- Session 1 - Footprints: Environment, Population and Consumption
- Session 2 - Population Impact: Regional Perspectives
- Session 3 - Population Growth – Problem or Hype?
- Recap - Day 1
- Session 4 - Moving Further, Living Longer
- Session 5 - Public Health Impacts and Interventions
- Session 6 - Economic Planning Challenges: Beyond 2015
- Keynote - Dr Babatunde Osotimehin
- Session 7 - Policy and Research Directions
- Poster Presentions
- Population Footprints
Session 1 - Footprints: Environment, Population and Consumption
Setting the framework for the conference, the speakers will address three of the main global issues affecting carrying capacity: Environment, Population and Consumption.
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.
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.
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.
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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