Population Matters has been conducting research and producing briefings and government submissions for more than 20 years. You can use this page to find resources on a wide variety of population and environmental subjects.
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Note: Documents published by Population Matters in the past may not reflect current policies or positions.
30th anniversary edition featuring an interview with Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin, a special poster about how to make a difference over the next 30 years, as well as a discussion with our President Jonathon Porritt.
A fully referenced briefing outlining the relationship between population and biodiversity loss, and how ethical and empowering population solutions can help us tackle the crisis.
A fully referenced briefing outlining the relationship between population and climate change, and how ethical and empowering population solutions can help us tackle the crisis.
Printable version of a Gift Aid declaration form for tax efficient donations.
Fully referenced 8-page submission following a call for evidence regarding the relationship between Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and sustainable development. The call for evidence was made by the UK's All-Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health
Summarises our World Population Day activities on population and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, explains how we're working to influence the new global agreement on biodiversity, features an interview with childfree filmmaker Maxine Trump, and more.
A four-page summary outlining the unmet contraceptive needs of women and girls globally and the relationship between the provision of modern family planning and social and environmental issues.
Fully referenced, illustrated 24-page report examining the impact of population growth on the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, and how the SDGs can help address population.
Response note to The Dasgupta Review – Independent Review on the Economics of Biodiversity Interim Report as commissioned by the UK’s HM Treasury.
Features Chris Packham's '7.7 Billion and Counting', a summary of ICPD25, Population Decomposing, and an interview with Judy Ling Wong.
Features World Population Day 2019, Population Declinism, an interview with Dr Edu Effiom and our new Empower to Plan project Jiwsi.
Population Matters’ submission of evidence to the UK Government's National Food Strategy, 25 October 2019.
Population Matters' submission regarding the Synthesis of responses to the Convention on Biodiversity discussion paper - April 2019
Our Patron Sir David Attenborough's speaks out on the need to slow population growth; and we ask: can we sustainably feed our growing population?