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Too many people, not enough planet?

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The Triple Helix, Cambridge presents

Too Many People, Not Enough Planet? A panel debate exploring the issue of overpopulation.

Thursday 14th October, 7.30pm. McCrum Lecture Theatre, Ben’et Street (next to The Eagle pub).

Free Entry. No Membership Required, Just Enthusaism. Free Refreshments will be provided.

Join us for an engaging evening exploring questions including:

Is our current population growth unsustainable? What options are there to combat population rise? And should we be thinking about extreme measures to cap our numbers? How much does overpopulation contribute to issues such as global warming?

Our panel line up will include:

Fred Pearce Environment Editor, The Guardian New Scientist Senior Environment Correspondent

Prof. John Guillebaud Emeritus Professor of Reproductive Health, UCL Patron of the Optimum Population Trust

Prof. Ludi Simpson Professor of Population Studies, Manchester University

Prof. David Coleman Professor of Demography, Oxford University

Hear the experts, Join our debate, Have YOUR say.

Kindly Sponsored by the Development Studies Association.

This talk is part of the The Triple Helix Lecture Series series.

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