Videos | Sustainable Population Australia

Videos

 

    This documentary highlights the links between women's education, rightd and status in society to population growth, using Kerala in India as a success story case example.

 

 

Women Are The Answer documentary

 

   A BBC panel discussion on how we should tackle the issue of saving our own planet.  In their opening statements, Attenborough and Goodall both argue that population is the number 1   important issue to address.

 

The Selfish Green with David Attenborough and Jane Goodall

A succinct and short animation that makes the link between carbon emissions in Canada and population growth.  

 

 

Canada Carbon Emissions animation

This video many of the costs that come with Melbourne's population growth.

 

Melbourne's Growing Pains

Rod Quantock at his funny best uses his humour to tackle the important matter of too many people, the environmental and social costs of too many people. You will be both informed and amused by this brilliant presentation.

Rod Quantock SPA AGM 2016

Kelvin describes the importance of limiting population growth, of the opposition from many quarters to discussing this matter, including vested interests as well as politicians and media for fear of being called racist

Kelvin Thomson SPA AGM 2016

Mark Allen, town planner, environmentalist, permaculturalist describes how these factors and population are intimately interwoven.

Mark Allen on Population SPA AGM 2016

Dr Katharine Betts describes surveys which show that a majority of Australians favour a smaller rate of population growth

Katharine Betts SPA AGM 2016

The big decision about a population increase is "what's in it for most Australians?" I believe the answer is "less and less".

Dick Smith

Professor Bartlett explains how even a modest percentage growth can result in huge increases in short time periods.

Professor Bartlett explains how even a modest percentage growth can result in huge increases in short time periods.  He goes on to explain how human population growth rates confound many when discussing the numbers.  He argues that this is not a difficult concept, it just requires an understanding of the principles of simple arithmetic
Professor Albert Bartlett

"I've never seen a problem that wouldn't be easier to solve with fewer people, or harder, and ultimately impossible, with more."

Sir David Attenborough