Science, Policy, and Advocacy on Population and the Environment
 






In the News

 

The Center for Environment and Population (CEP) appears frequently in the news - in local community, to national and international print and broadcast traditional media, and social media through blogs, Twitter and Facebook.

CEP Blog Series:

-Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimists

-"Women Delivering Development"

-Live from Rio+20, Day Two "Favelas and Protests"

-Live from Rio+20, Day Three "Voices of Women"

-"Wanted: New Champions for Family Planning"

-"Grassroots: Voices, Stories from Women in the Developing World"

-"From Texas to Turkey: Messages from Women in the World"

-RH Reality Check

-Live from Rio+20, Day One: "Women and Reproductive Health"

-Live from Rio+20, Day Four: "Demographic Dividend and Youth"

-"By the Numbers, Population, Consumption & Reproductive Health"

Twitter

-"Migration and Environment" Webinar

Campaign and Press

- UN Rio+20 CEP events, press release, fact sheet

CEP attended the UN Rio+20 meeting in June, 2012 to advocate on the issues of women and population/reproductive health as relate to sustainable development, the environment, and climate change. See CEP's Press Release, side-events, and new Fact Sheet here!

More CEP at Rio+20 news coverage: Tides Center, Planetwire, Treehugger

- World at 7 Billion Population and CEP coverage:

   
 

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