Population, Consumption & Climate Change with Ian Lowe, Jane O'Sullivan and Haydn Washington
“There is no possibility of achieving our stated goal of sustainable development if we don’t stabilise the human population and reduce our resource demands” Professor Ian Lowe
ABOUT OUR WEBINAR
In this webinar we'll have brave conversations about the tricky subjects of population and consumption. We'll examine the impact of growing human populations and escalating consumption levels on our climate and ecological crisis, and discuss positive actions that we can take to address these impacts.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
IAN LOWE - Emeritus Professor, Griffith University and Patron of Sustainable Population Australia (SPA). Read more about Ian Lowe's remarkable work here: https://population.org.au/abou...
JANE O'SULLIVAN, Honorary Senior Fellow, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Queensland. For more details about Jane's work, visit her profile page here: https://researchers.uq.edu.au/...
HAYDN WASHINGTON - Adjunct Lecturer, UNSW. He has a forty year history as an environmental scientist, writer and activist. He has a degree in ecology, a Masters of Science in eco-toxicology (heavy metal pollution), a Dip. Ed., and a Ph.D. 'The Wilderness Knot' in Social Ecology (2007).
ABOUT EARTH LAWS MONTH
The Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) is hosting a huge month of events throughout September - webinars, public lectures, workshops, virtual art exhibitions and more - to explore and celebrate our relationship with the living world. To find out about all our events, please visit: https://events.humanitix.com/tours/earthlaws-month
The Australian Earth Laws Alliance is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to creating Earth-centred systems change, by increasing the understanding and practical implementation of Earth-centred governance. Our programs include a focus on law, economics, education, ethics, Indigenous knowledge systems and the arts.
For more information, please visit our website: www.earthlaws.org.au
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