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PSN is now part of a coalition, the Population and Climate Change Alliance (PCCA), which played an active role advocating for integrated approaches to population issues and climate changes at the recent International Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen earlier this month.
PSN, in collaboration with UCL and LSHTM, has published a scoping paper for the UK Department for International Development (DFID) on the links between population and climate change.
Ahead of the 2009 Climate Change conference in Copenhagen, PSN's Karen Newman has taken part in a special BBC Radio 4 Frontiers debate on one of global warming's most contentious issues - population growth.
PSN's Karen Newman has today given a presentation on reproductive rights at the European Commission European Development Day event The Strategy of Silence.
An article co-authored by PSN’s Louise Carver has been published by the World Health Organisation, calling for increased support for rights-based family planning services as part of climate change adaptation programmes in developing countries.
Yesterday at the UK Houses of Commons, PSN co-hosted the launch of an update of the 2009 Return of the Population Growth Factor report of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Population, Development and Reproductive Health.
PSN has made a presentation on advancing voluntary family planning as part of a Guardian-sponsored event on solutions to climate change at Manchester International Festival.
Louise Carver, Population and Sustainability Network Communications Officer had delivered an address to the Anglo-Ethiopian Society on the impact of population growth in Ethiopia.
Population and Sustainability Network coordinator Karen Newman addressed Commonwealth Health Ministers at a meeting in Geneva exploring the interface between health and climate change.
PSN has contributed to parliamentary hearings on maternal morbidity being undertaken by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Population, Development and Reproductive Health.