The most recent report from the Center for Environment and Population

The most recent report from Center for Environment and Population, an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit research, policy and public outreach organization that addresses the relationship between human population, resource consumption, and the environment.

The Center for Environment and Population – a project of Tides – with four leading U.S. and global institutes, announces the launch of the 2010 CEP Fellows on Population, Climate Change and the Environment.  This is the first of a new, ongoing series of Fellowships to advance the science, science-policy-advocacy links, and real-world science application as well as build a much needed cadre of outstanding new young leaders, scientists, activists, spokespersons, and policymakers worldwide on population and climate change and other key population-environmental linkages (e.g., water, forests, biodiversity, habitat and land use).

To launch the program, this year CEP is partnering with:

  • National Center for Atmospheric Research
  • Green Belt Movement (Nairobi, Kenya)
  • The Nature Conservancy (Washington, DC)
  • Institute of Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado

Read the full announcement here.