Royal Geographical Society, 7.00, Wednesday 6th December 2006
With population set to rise by 40% to 9 billion over the next 45 years, this is arguably the single most important challenge to the future of our planet.
It will increasingly hinder poverty alleviation, accelerate climate change, cause widespread environmental degradation and foment international conflict.
John Simpson, celebrated broadcaster and journalist, is now Senior Editor of the BBC International News.
Lord Adair Turner, formerly Director-General of the CBI, is a Trustee of WWF and Chairman of the Pensions Commission.
Richard Ottaway MP is Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Hearings on the impact of population increase. A report on these Hearings is imminent and already gaining worldwide attention.
This will be a lively and highly significant event. At a time when government policy is still evolving, we encourage you to attend and make your views known.
Doors Open 6.30pm
Presentation starts 7.00pm
Venue: Royal Geographical Society
1, Kensington Gore. LONDON SW7 2AR
(8 minutes from Kensington High Street tube station, near the Royal Albert Hall)
It is essential to book for this event:
Tickets: FREE entry to the presentation with voluntary £5 contribution on the door
£20 for presentation and reception
Please send ticket requirements and a stamped addressed envelope, with cheque if relevant payable to “MPMT/PSN Account”, to:
Toby Aykroyd, Population & Sustainability Network, Stag House, 37 Pembridge Villas
London W11 3EP Tel: 0207 792 9776
For more information, visit: http://www.populationandsustainability.org/