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An independent not-for-profit organisation seeking to protect the environment and our quality of life by ending population growth in Australia and globally, while rejecting racism and coercive population control. SPA is an environmental advocacy organisation, not a political party.

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SPA Newsletter 117 - Sep 2014

  • Crawford Fund Parliamentary Conference told that if we are to provide food for nine billion we must invest in women, which must include sexual health and reproductive rights.
  • Tim Roberts and Nigel Stace (University of Newcastle): Mankind - ten billion or two billion? Facing the 21st Century version of the
    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
  • Leith van Onselen: Abbott's toxic immigration policy

SPA Newsletter 116 - Jun 2014

  • Katharine Betts: Ageing a triumph, not a disaster
  • Nicholas Stuart: A bigger population will not guarantee more prosperity
  • Leith van Onselen: High immigration is creating an illusion of growth
  • Associate Prof William Grey: population, resources, and the environment in the 21st century
  • Em Prof Tony McMichael AO: Climate change, other disruptive socio-environmental changes and human wellbeing and health

SPA Newsletter 115 - Apr 2014

  • University of Hawaii study shows that population growth has been downplayed, trivialised or ignored in scientific, environmental, public and political circles
  • Paul Ehrlich speech to the American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • How about tradeable baby credits?
  • Research from UK’s Population Matters showing the costs of growing population in that country

SPA Newsletter 114 - Feb 2014

  • Latest statistics show 1.8% annual population growth rate for Australia, three times the OECD average
  • Bindi Irwin – SPA’s new Youth Ambassador
  • Population policies of some political parties contesting the South Australian state election: Stop Population Growth Now, Liberal Party, Labor Party, Greens and Australian Democrats
  • State of the Planet in 1630

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