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18:30 - 20:00 10 June 2010

The Population Debate

Location

St Pancras Church (link Map)
Upper Woburn Place | London | NW1 2BA |

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: £6 (students £3.
Ticketing: Pre-booking essential

Speaker information

Aubrey Manning OBE, University of Edinburgh
Professor John Guillebaud, UCL
Roger Martin, Optimum Population Trust
Fred Pearce, New Scientist
Savina Geerinckx, Street Child Africa
The Revd Jeremy Caddick, University of Cambridge

Join this important public debate about world population. A panel of six eminent speakers will discuss what should be done about rising population. They will tackle many topical questions, including: Whose problem is it? What are the demographics? What are the options? What are the practical problems? What ethical issues might be involved? Should anything be done at all?

The debate will be followed by a reception in the atmospheric Crypt Gallery under St Pancras Church, which is the final resting place of 557 Londoners.


Contact

Alex Harvie
07949 093 885 | alex@alexharvie.com


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