National Newsletters

SPA Newsletter 128 - Jun 2017

Contents

Jenny Goldie reflects on 29 years of SPA

James Ward et al on the decoupling delusion

William Rees on the wages of self-delusion

Vale Bryan Furnass

Book reviews

SPA Newsletter 127 - Mar 2017

P1: Birrell & Kinnaird on migration

P3: Jenny Goldie farewells Tony Morgan

P4: Gaffney & Steffen on the Anthropocene

P6: Art auction


P7: Book review


P8: Jenny Goldie reflects on Doug Cox


P10: Branch reports


P12: President’s snippet

SPA Newsletter 126 - Dec 2016

Leith van Onselen on migration
Jason Hickel on degrowth
Katharine Betts on ageing
Book reviews
Vale Doug Cocks

SPA Newsletter 125 - Sep 2016

Ted Trainer against tech-fix faith
Katharine Betts on politics and population growth
Sandra Knack on World Population Day
Jane O’Sullivan on population projections
Jenny Goldie book reviews

SPA Newsletter 124 - Jun 2016

SPA newsletter No. 124, June 2016.

 
This issue contains articles by:
  • Kelvin Thomson
  • Jane O’Sullivan
  • Samuel Alexander 
There are also book reviews by Jenny Goldie and John Coulter.
 

SPA Newsletter 123 - Mar 2016

In this issue you will find a full analysis of SPA's groundbreaking survey of Australia's attitudes to population growth. There are articles also on climate change and two book reviews: "Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie" and "Climate, Fire and Human Evolution".

SPA Newsletter 122 - Dec 2015

  • Simon Ross of UK’s Population Matters explains why apparently progressive people fail to understand the significance of population pressures
  • Report on National Science Week debate Can Science Save Humanity?

SPA Newsletter 121 - Sep 2015

  • Dr Paul Murtagh analyses Paul Ehrlich’s population bomb arguments and finds that Ehrlich was right
  • Journalist Crispin Hull writes about Australia’s serious infrastructure backlog
  • Research Fellow Samuel Alexander tells us that “If everyone lived in an ‘eco-village’ the earth would still be in trouble”
  • Economics commentator Leith van Onselen says we should celebrate recent figures showing that Australia’s population growth rate has lowered

SPA Newsletter 120 - Jun 2015

  • Dr Hayden Washington examines that much abused term ‘sustainability’
  • SPA patron Professor Ian Lowe argues for the need for community values to be transformed if we are to have any hope of changing our politicians’ growth fixation.
  • Peter McDonald’s comments about demography in the Feb 2015 edition sparks further discussion
  • Dr John Coulter and Dr Katherine Betts both examine the Australian Government’s 2015 Intergenerational Report and both find it a deeply flawed document

SPA Newsletter 119 - Feb 2015

  • Hon. Kelvin Thomson MP talks about Australia’s continuing population growth and its impacts on employment
  • Peter McDonald, Professor of Demography at Australian National University, tells us there are no formal qualifications required to call oneself a demographer
  • Economics analyst Leith van Onselen compares the employment rates of Roy Morgan Research and the Australian Bureau of Statistics

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