Our July Edition, shares an update of our work, latest news and publications, and top stories from around the world, including an update of global population growth estimates, a discussion about how contraception and conservation are linked, and an evaluation of the success of Population, Health and Environment programmes.
Our March Edition, shares an update of our work, latest news and publications, and top stories from around the world, including a focus on the Post-2015 process, food security, and PSN’s annual report.
Our December Edition, shares an update of our work, latest news and publications, and top stories from around the world, including a focus on climate change and PSN’s new website.
Our August Edition, featuring an update of our work, latest news and publications, and top stories from around the world.
Our 10th Anniversary Edition, PSN’s Co-founder Catherine Budgett-Meakin and Co-ordinator Karen Newman take a look back on 10 years of PSN, reflecting on how far we’ve come and what the next decade may bring.
The Addis edition, including information on PSN’s activities at the International Conference on Family Planning in Ethiopia, the launch of new PSN and PSDA briefing papers, the latest network news, international news, and much more.
A Rio+20 edition with a low down of summit from the Population and Climate Change Alliance, news from the London Family Planning Summit and new advocacy tools.
A 7 Billion World edition, including PSN’s parliamentary reception Population and Climate Change in a 7 Billion World and news about work of the Population and Climate Change Alliance (PCCA) to influence Rio+20.
The first edition of PSN’s eNewsletter, bringing you the latest news from the network, international news about population and sustainability issues, and much more.
Highlights from the final issue of our printed newsletter include ‘The Return of the Population Factor’ APPG report launch and news about PSN and LSHTM’s Population Forums concluding at the UK Parliament.
This issue includes news from a PSN Model Project in Kenya, and insights from Nigeria into the links between unsustainable population growth and poverty.
This issue includes discussion on the links between population dynamics and climate change, and on ‘The Myth of Age Dependency’.
The second issue includes news from our network members and the ICPD at 10 roundtable meeting.
This first issue of our newsletter introduces the network and encourages environment, reproductive health and development NGOs, and others to get involved with our work.
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