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Population and Sustainability Network has taken part in a consultation meeting on the UK Government's policy on reproductive, maternal and newborn health in the developing world and submitted a written response to the DFID consultation Choice for women: wanted pregnancies, safe births.
A pioneering conservation and development initiative in Madagascar backed by PSN has become the first conservation project in the country to receive support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
Repeated pleas for more family planning services and an enlightened approach to population issues were made at an event featuring PSN to mark World Population Day.
PSN has recently taken on the task of co-ordinating the Population and Climate Change Alliance (PCCA).
An article co-authored by PSN’s Karen Newman on the links between population dynamics and climate change has been published in the Journal of Public Health.
On 20 April, PSN joined hundreds of organisations from around the world in signing letters opposing the US Global Gag Rule.
PSN co-hosted the first symposium of its kind to address the links between population dynamics, sexual and reproductive health and rights and climate change, in London on March 1st.
PSN's Karen Newman was invited onto Radio Four Women's Hour on 5 February, together with Fred Pearce, to discuss his new book, Peoplequake: Mass Migration, Ageing Nations and the Coming Population Crash, recently featured in the Guardian.
One month after the Copenhagen climate summit, its achievements are being appraised. Whilst progress in tackling emissions was disappointing, PSN had some success in highlighting the links between population and climate change.
The keenly anticipated UN Climate Change Conference has closed in Copenhagen this week. Representatives from 192 countries were in attendance, where PSN and the Population and Climate Change Alliance had a strong presence.