Australian

Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy

CASSE is an international group with chapters in South Australia, Queensland and New South Wales. CASSE works to advance the steady state economy, with stabilized population and consumption, as a policy goal with widespread public support.

September 16 2011

Policy-at-a-glance – Sustainable Population for Australia Polic

Public Health Association Australia policy document (PDF download)

September 16 2011

Save Our Suburbs (NSW) - for Sustainable Living

Save Our Suburbs (NSW) Inc is a non-profit & non-aligned group of residents, opposing forced rezoning and over-development of Sydney’s suburbs. We promote sustainable living to protect our planet. Sydney’s beleaguered residents have been fighting an endless string of localised battles against increased density developments ("urban consolidation"). SOS supports residents in their struggle to save our city from overcrowding, traffic congestion, pollution and loss of bushland and heritage resulting from ill-considered planning impositions.

September 16 2011

SPA NSW Branch

Sustainable Population Australia (SPA) was formed in 1988 by people who felt that the issue of population numbers was overlooked, or regarded as too contentious, by many of those striving to preserve Australia's ecological heritage. While being primarily an environmental organisation, we also address the social and economic costs of human population growth. SPA works on many fronts to encourage informed public debate about how Australia and the world can protect the habitats of other species, and achieve an ecologically sustainable population.

September 16 2011

Scientists for Population Reduction

This is a new Australian organization that has come up with an economic model which will deliver prosperity across the board with decling population.

September 16 2011

Doctors for a Sustainable Population

To influence Australians to address the effect that human population numbers has on human health and the sustainability of all life.

September 16 2011

Australian Population Association (APA)

To encourage the exchange of information; provide a forum for discussion and promote population research and education.

September 16 2011

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