Population Matters has been conducting research and producing briefings and government submissions for more than 20 years.
Silver Linings not Silver Burdens – Smaller Families And Ageing Populations White Paper
This Population Matters White Paper debunks the common myth that falling fertility rates and resulting population ageing are harmful, and lays out the array of benefits and opportunities associated with…
Population Matters Magazine Autumn 2021
The Autumn 2021 issue of our magazine, featuring our 2021 Change Champions, updates on our biodiversity campaign and Empower To Plan programme, and more.
UK International Development Strategy Population Matters submission
Population Matters’ submission to the UK Government 2021 Call for Evidence on the new International Development Strategy
Population Matters Magazine Spring 2021
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…
Submission on reproductive rights and sustainable development – Dec 2020
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…
Population Matters Annual Report 2019-20
Our Annual Report for 2019-2020
Population Matters Magazine Autumn 2020
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…
The Unmet Contraceptive Needs of Women and Girls – 2020
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.
Hitting the Targets – Population and the SDGs
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.
Population Matters’ response to the Dasgupta Review
Response note to The Dasgupta Review – Independent Review on the Economics of Biodiversity Interim Report as commissioned by the UK’s HM Treasury.
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Note: Documents published by Population Matters in the past may not reflect current policies or positions.