Note: Some of these links may have changed. A Web search for Population Organizations will yield an abundance of information.

 

Population Resources

Population Organizations

Population Media Center www.populationmedia.org

Population Reference Bureau and National Council for Science and the Environment:
www.popplanet.org

Carrying Capacity Network. 2000 P St. NW, Suite 240, Washington, DC 20036. 1-800-466-4866. CCN@igc.apc.org.

US Sustainable Population Policy Project: www.iti.com/iti/uss3p

Federation for American Immigration Reform. 1666 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20009. 202-328-7004. fair@fairus.org. www.fairus.org.

National Audubon Population & Habitat Campaign. population@ audubon.org www.boulder.earthnet.net:80/~popnet/

Negative Population Growth. PO Box 1206, Teaneck, NJ 07666. 201-837-3555. npg@npg.org. http://www.npg.org

Population-Environment Balance, 2000 P St. NW, Suite 210, Washington DC 20036. 202-955-5700. uspop@balance.org.

Zero Population Growth. 1400 16th St. NW, Suite 320, Washington, DC 20036. 1-800-767-1956. zpg@igc.org. http://www.zpg.org

New England Coalition for Sustainable Population (NECSP) was founded in 1991 to create a coalition to build support for individual action and state and federal policies aimed at stopping population growth and ultimately reducing population levels nationally and globally. We are a group of individuals representing conservation, education, social welfare, religious, and consumer concerns.
http://www.necsp.org

Select Bibliography

Beck, R., RECHARTING AMERICA'S FUTURE: RESPONSES TO ARGUMENTS AGAINST STABILIZING U. S. POPULATION AND LIMITING IMMIGRATION. The Social Contract Press, http://www.tscpress.com/,1-800-352-4843. $8.95, 1994. Beck, R.,

IMMIGRATION BY THE NUMBERS. 25 min. video. Using a very large graph and the gum-balls in the jars demonstration, this tape is packed with facts and analysis that make moral and practical sense of a complex issue. The Social contract Press, http://www.tscpress.com/, 1-800-352-4843. $9.95, 1996. Bouvier, L. & Grant, L.,

HOW MANY AMERICANS: POPULATION, IMMIGRATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT. Sierra. $12, 1994. Hollingsworth, W.,

ENDING THE EXPLOSION: POPULATION POLICIES AND ETHICS FOR A HUMANE FUTURE. Seven Locks Press. 1-800-354-5348. $17.95, 1996. Meadows, D.,

BEYOND THE LIMITS: CONFRONTING GLOBAL COLLAPSE, ENVISIONING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE. Chelsea Green. $14.95, 1992. McMichael, A.,

PLANETARY OVERLOAD: GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND THE HEALTH OF THE HUMAN SPECIES. Cambridge. $11.95, 1993.

POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT: A JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES. Human Sciences Press. 212-620-8000. This journal deals with both issues in a comprehensive and integrated manner, and should be in every academic library.

THE POPULATION-ENVIRONMENT CONNECTION: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, December, 1995. Never publicly released. A copy can be obtained from David Rejeski, 202-260-4332, or 202-456-6084, drejeski@ccmail.ostp.eop.gov; or from the Washington office of Negative Population Growth, 202-667-8950. Also on the Internet at http://www.seattle.battelle.org/services/e&s/pop-env/index.htm.

INTERNET RESOURCES Audubon Population Mailing List and On-line Discussion Group. Email to Majordomo@igc.org with the following command in the body of your email message: subscribe audubon-population. Send messages to audubon-population@igc.apc.org. For help, email LRoussseau@audubon.org

Jay Hanson Page. This page has a comprehensive collection of articles and book reviews on population, environment and sustainability, all available for direct read. Don't miss it. http://www.colorado.edu/geography/cartpro/cartography2/spring2006/hanson/hanson.html.

HIGH STAKES: THE U. S., GLOBAL POPULATION AND OUR COMMON FUTURE. The Rockefeller Foundation, 1997. At http://www.rockfound.org. Or, send a fax to 201-529-1119 for a copy.

KZPG Population News Network. The world's most comprehensive set of email lists, most extensive web site, and most advanced discussion forum dedicated to stopping population growth. Not affiliated with ZPG. www.iti.com/iti/kzpg.

New Hampshire Agriculture In The Classroom: Resource Guide For Teachers On The Internet. THE FOOD EQUATION. A series of three 25 minute videos and supporting classroom material. Questions for students to explore include: With a predicted doubling of the world population by the year 2050, will people be able to meet their most basic need: food? http://pubpages.unh.edu/~pcj/aitc.html. Or, call 603 224 1934. Roy Beck Web Page. http://www.numbersusa.com/