Category: Population

Sustainability Council to be sustained

admin /30 October, 2012

Sustainability Council to be sustainedPS NewsAnnouncing the initiative, the Minister for the Environment, Tony Burke said it was clear from the Sustainable Population Strategy that better information about how Australia’s economy, environment and society interacted to inform better planning and …See all stories on this topic »

SPA: Newsletter, Issue 106, Oct 2012

admin /11 October, 2012

SPA: Newsletter, Issue 106, Oct 2012 Inbox x SPA Newsletter Editor editor@population.org.au 11:22 PM (11 hours ago) to me Images are not displayed. Display images below – Always display images from editor@population.org.au Sustainable Population Australia www.population.org.au info@population.org.au 02 6288 6810 Dear SPA Newsletter Recipient, Please find attached a copy of our October newsletter which you can Continue Reading →

Coalition joins talks on risky refugees

admin /7 October, 2012

Coalition joins talks on risky refugees From:The Daily Telegraph October 08, 201212:00AM 0 THE Migration Act may have to be amended following the High Court ruling paving the way for asylum seekers deemed security risks to be granted visas, the government hinted yesterday. Immigration Minister Chris Bowen and his opposition counterpart Scott Morrison are due Continue Reading →

Population Growth Requires 600-M Jobs

admin /5 October, 2012

Population Growth Requires 600-M JobsManila BulletinWASHINGTON (dpa) – Hundreds of millions of new jobs will be needed to keep up with world population growth by 2020, the World Bank (WB) said in a report released that highlights the importance of j obs to development. As populations surge in Asia and …See all stories on this Continue Reading →

Human Population Growth Impacts

admin /30 September, 2012

Human Population Growth ImpactsHealthNewsDigest.com(HealthNewsDigest.com) – Unchecked human population growth could be a recipe for doom for the planet and its inhabitants. And it has reached staggering levels in recent years—the number of people on the planet has doubled from 3.5 billion to seven …See all stories on this topic »