- 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 3 - Population Growth – Problem or Hype?
A panel discussion, welcoming contributions from delegates both in the hall and at the satellite symposia, to air the huge spectrum of views and to open up dialogue on the 'problem or hype' conundrum.
Mr Robert Engelman
Vice President at Worldwatch Institute, an environmental research organisation, he was lead author of the UNFPA’s State of World Population 2009 report, subtitled Facing a Changing World: Women, Population and Climate.
Dr Betsy Hartmann
Director, Population and Development Program, Hampshire College, USA, author of Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: The Global Politics of Population Control.
Mr Fred Pearce
Geographer, journalist, environment consultant of New Scientist magazine and author of When the Rivers Run Dry, Confessions of an Eco Sinner, Earth: Then and Now, The Last Generation, Deep Jungle and Peoplequake.
Dr Eliya Zulu
Executive Director of the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) and President of the Union for African Population Studies, with over 20 years’ experience in international development, population change, urbanization, health systems and policy analysis.
Chair: Ms Karen Newman
Co-ordinator of the Population and Sustainability network, and past co-Chair of the WHO Gender and Rights Advisory Panel, she has published widely on the connection between sexual and reproductive health and human rights.
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