- 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 7 - Policy and Research Directions
This concluding session will attempt to summarise and present conclusions from the 2 day event from an environment, population and climate change perspective, and to point the way to valuable future research questions.
Ms Cecilia Tacoli
Dr Cecilia Tacoli is joint Group Head of the Human Settlements Group at the International Institute for Environment and Development, London.
Ms Siri Tellier
External lecturer in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, University of Copenhagen, formerly Director of UNFPA’s office in Geneva, and Country Representative in China and Democratic Republic of Korea dealing with population and reproductive health/rights policy.
Prof Chris Rapley
UCL Chair of Climate Science, formerly Executive Director of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), Director of the British Antarctic Survey, and Director of the Science Museum, London.
Chair: Dr Richard Horton
Editor, The Lancet medical journal. He is also an Honorary Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and UCL.
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