Population Matters has been conducting research and producing briefings and government submissions for more than 20 years.
Population Matters believes that a better future is possible – one where humanity co-exists in harmony with nature, prospering on a healthy planet. This year our team has spoken out…
In partnership with Nigerian organisation Cislac, in 2023 Population Matters commissioned the first ever nationwide survey of views on population in Nigeria.
Our Autumn 2023 magazine.
Six detailed case studies of charismatic megafauna at risk of extinction due to the pressure of human population growth.
Population Matters’ evidence submitted to the Commission on the Status of Women regarding coercive population policies in India.
Evidence submitted by Population Matters and Population Balance to the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women, in preparation for its 68th session in 2024.
A 20-page report examining the elements of successful, effective choice-based population policies, with short case studies of four examples – Thailand, Kerala, Rwanda and Costa Rica.
Our Spring 2023 Magazine.
We are calling for our political leaders to recognise population growth as the elephant in the room by setting up an independent body to assess the impact of changing UK demographics…
A fully referenced 27-page report detailing the impact of unsustainable consumption on the planet, how Apple contributes to that impact, and what Apple – and all of us – can do about it.
Note: Documents published by Population Matters in the past may not reflect current policies or positions.