ACADEMICS & RESEARCHERS
An Associate Professor of Sustainability Science at the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS) in Lund, Sweden. Her research focuses on advancing scientific and policy solutions for global sustainability, particularly focused on food systems under climate change, and understanding interactions between human and environmental systems, including ecosystem services.
…currently Professor of Climate Science in the Department of Earth Sciences, University College London
2007 article in Guardian about his views on population & the environment
He and playwright Duncan Macmillan were commissioned by the Royal Court Theatre to write a play on climate change, 2071
Baroness Dr Jenny Tonge
…Joint Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health: has previously argued “Disaster relief is an essential response to humanitarian crises. However, prevention of future disasters is also crucially important. Unless we address population growth and reproductive health, the children we save now will be bringing their families to the same feeding centre in 20 years time”.
JUDITH STEPHENSON & SUSANNAH MAYHEW
Judith Stephenson at UCL and Susannah Mayhew at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine – authors of the paper “Population dynamics and climate change: what are the links?”
ENVIRONMENTAL & POPULATION GROWTH ORGANISATIONS
Article in the Independent by their chief executive Simon Ross
Based at LSE, its main objectives are to further the scientific study of biological, economic, historical, medical, social and other disciplines connected with human populations and to contribute to the public awareness of them.