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U.S. and World Population Clock
World Vital Events; World Yearly Population Increase - 77 million
A Map History of Human Population
- Ecological Sustainability
- Jared Diamond. What's Your Consumption Factor
- Pentagon report on abrupt climate change (PDF)
- Matt Simmons: interviews and transcripts on world oil and gas depletion
- Sandy Irvine's Deeply Green Reading Guide
- NPR's environmental show: Living on Earth
- Minnesotans For Sustainability The MFS motto and objective: "Sustainable: A society that balances the environment, other life forms, and human interactions over an indefinite time period."
- Human Population and its Impact on Biodiversity (Our Life-Support System)
- Anti-environmental myths
- Worldwatch is a nonprofit public policy research organization dedicated to informing policymakers and the public about global problems and trends and the complex links between the world economy and its environmental support systems.
Facing The Future: People and the Planet (http://www.popinfo.org) Facing The Future provides an exploration of population issues that focuses on both issues and impacts. Easy to read and compelling, the site also includes a curriculum guide with easy-to-use lesson plans and activities.
- Are We Alone in the Universe? by Ronald Bleier
- Feeding the Population Monster, (3,800 words, (c)1997) a review essay by Ronald Bleier based on a book by Michael Tobias entitled, World War III: Population and the Biosphere At the End of the Millenium (1994)
- Letter: Cockburn and St. Clair Attack Carrying Capacity Network
- Letter: Environmental Optimist Sows Confusion
- www.dieoff.org "In the end," says the Grand Inquisitor in Dostoevsky's parable, "in the end they will lay their freedom at our feet and say to us, 'Make us your slaves, but feed us.'"
- A SEED
Action for Solidarity, Equality, Environment and Development
A global and diverse youth network focusing on a broad range of social and ecological issues, A SEED plays a critical role in involving young people in the struggles against ecological destruction and social injustice.
- 1997 Species Report Card (U.S.)
- Hawaii's Extinct Species
- Illinois Natural History Survey: see their rare and endangered species section
- Tasmania's Threatened Species
- World Conservation and Monitoring Center: includes search databases on threatened plants and species
- The Environmental Change and Security Project (ECSP), at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC., serves as an information clearinghouse on environment, population, and security issues. Through discussion group meetings, publications, and activities of the staff, the ECSP explores a wide range of academic and policy-related topics. The Project also hosts a monthly Working Group on Environment in U.S.-China Relations which examines key environmental issues in China and how they fit into the context of U.S.-China relations.
- Australians for an Ecologically Sustainable Population
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