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“Stable Population Dynamic Demystified” - talk by Sheila Newman, population sociologist

All are welcome to come and hear Ms. Sheila Newman (Population sociologist)
who is guest speaker at the at the Sustainable Population Australia Inc. (Victorian Branch)
Annual General Meeting 2010
her topic is

“Stable Population Dynamic Demystified”
Sheila explains how humans and most other species usually have stable
and small populations that are responsive to the limits within their environment,
but how neolithic human populations may have increased after
global warming, trade wars and fossil fuel, and how to get back in control.

Co editor and contributor to the First edition of the Final Energy Crisis, (a collection of articles by International energy experts ) Sheila solo edited and was a contributor to the
2nd edition published in 2008. Sheila is now working on her next book combining her
observations and expertise where systems in the disciplines of - population
sociology , biology, land use planning, energy and environment will be woven in a
unique and revealing way. This talk derives from her current original research, some of which is now available in the paper, or short e-book, The Urge to Disperse.

WHEN ? 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd July, 2010

WHERE ? North Melbourne Library- (upstairs meeting room)

66 Errol Street (near cnr. Errol and Queensberry Sts,

57 Tram from Elizabeth St., Stop 12)

This will be followed by the 2010 Annual General Meeting
of Sustainable Population Australia ( Victorian Branch)

Supper will be served. (Gold Coin Donation.)

Enquiries to Jill Quirk,

or Pamela Lloyd

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