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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.

Resources

Global Population - In Graphics!

 

A succinct resource that details some of the many environmental impacts from population growth worldwide and some key solutions to the issue.

We encourage sharing this excellent resource.

 

Global Population Infographic pdf

June 17 2019

Australia's Population - In graphics!

 

A resource created by one of our talented SPA members in Melbourne.

This is a great resource to share as it succinctly and graphically details the magnitude and impact of Australia's population growth in a way that is easy to understand.

An essential resource that we encourage you to share.

Australian Population Infographic pdf

 

June 17 2019

Australian Population - In graphics!

A great new Infographic resources that spells out the intensity of our population growth and the many consequences that this results in.

A great resource to be shared.

June 17 2019

Aerial Photos of Melbourne's Growth, 2018

The SPA VicTas Branch reflects on the one year anniversary since we took to the sky to photograph Melbourne's urban sprawl from above.

June 8 2019

'Skeptics in a Pub' meeting powerpoint produced as a PDF

The issue of human population has become the "elephant in the room": huge but ignored by so many. In fact, human numbers count and count decisively. Uniquely, population is the multiplier of all. Without a humane resolution to the problem of population growth, all other causes will, sooner or later, become lost causes. It is high time to face the challenge and refute the many myths that surround it. Powerpoint presentation held at The Bridge Hotel Castle Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK Wednesday, May 14 2014.

May 18 2014

Sexual and reproductive health and rights must be prioritized in South Asia

Parliamentarians from South Asia committed yesterday to prioritize people’s health and welfare through meeting their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) needs, particularly those of women and young people.
Meeting in Bangkok, MPs discussed ways to reduce the unacceptably high maternal mortality rate in South Asian countries and how to tackle problems relating to Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal having the highest birth rates among adolescents.

August 22 2013

Conservation through having Smaller Families

This population classic, a short, illustrated book by Nola Stewart that was originally written in 1982 and has been updated multiple times since, has been both updated again this year and also turned into a series of YouTube videos:

Part A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUgcw-TxGDA

Part B

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wBUIP9Foco

Part C

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vgn7WSbRcSs

October 9 2011