Julian Cribb is a Canberra author and science communicator. Surviving the 21st Century is his ninth book. Following The Coming Famine (2010) and Poisoned Planet (2014), it is the third in his trilogy about how humans can overcome the existential threats our success has brought upon us.
The Victoria and Tasmania branch will be making our presence felt during Victoria's Sustainable Living Festival this month. During the Big Weekend 10 - 12 of February, we will be having a stall near Federation Square Melbourne. Volunteer branch members will be actively engaging with the wider public on population sustainability and its relation to environmental issues.
Rod Quantock at his funny best uses his humour to tackle the important matter of too many people, the environmental and social costs of too many people. You will be both informed and amused by this brilliant presentation.
Kelvin describes the importance of limiting population growth, of the opposition from many quarters to discussing this matter, including vested interests as well as politicians and media for fear of being called racist