The elephant left the room quite some time ago; let’s followhttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/IMG_8644-950.jpg
On 3 September 2018, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) featured an article written by David Johnson, Chief Executive, Margaret Pyke Trust, coordinator of the Population & Sustainability Network on population growth and the resulting pressure on the environment.
A Balancing Act: Population and the Environmenthttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/FP2020-950.jpg
On 31 August 2018 Sandra Jordan, FP2020’s Senior Advisor, Rights & Empowerment wrote about FP2020’s support of the current work of the Population & Sustainability Network at the intersection of population, conservation and reproductive health.
Improving family planning provision in south-west Ugandahttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Image-1-950.jpg
Women in the communities around Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in south-west Uganda have, on average, eight children. This is two more than they report they would ideally like to have. Network coordinator, the Margaret Pyke Trust, is working to support the local hospital, Bwindi Community Hospital, to address this through the delivery of its USHAPE training programme.
Devex covers Network: How family planning can help save cheetahshttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/cheetah-950.jpg
On 18 June 2018 Devex, the leading media platform for the global development community, published a lengthy piece on the work of the Population & Sustainability Network. In Sophie Edwards’ article she wrote about not only the policy work of recent Network member, the Cheetah Conservation Fund, and Network coordinator, the Margaret Pyke Trust, but also more broadly on the Population Health & Environment conservation model, and the appointment by the Trust of Robert Engelman. Robert is a renowned environmental and demography expert, and his substantial experience gained at the United Nations Population Fund, PAI, Population Institute, and Worldwatch Institute will only further enhance the ability of the Trust and wider Population & Sustainability Network to advance the Population, Health & Environment agenda.
Network members speak at the IUCN’s 70th anniversary meeting in Londonhttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/DSC_0209-950.jpg
Population & Sustainability Network members joined International Union for Conservation of Nature’s UK National Committee in London yesterday, to speak at an event hosted by PSN’s coordinator, the Margaret Pyke Trust.
Why Women Will Save the Planethttps://populationandsustainability.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Why-Women-Will-Save-The-Planet-950.jpg
The Margaret Pyke Trust’s Carina Hirsch has co-authored a book with 26 other leading global women. Big cities don’t have to mean a dystopian future. They can be turned around to be powerhouses of well-being and environmental sustainability – if we empower women.
WHO WE ARE
The Population & Sustainability Network, a global alliance, promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as a critical element of sustainable development. The Network was launched as a Partnership for Sustainable Development under the UN Commission for Sustainable Development in 2004. The Network is administered and coordinated by the staff of the Margaret Pyke Trust, from their London offices. Read more...