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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Beck, Roy / Kolankiewicz, Leon.  The Environmental Movement's Retreat from Advocating U.S. Population Stabilization (1970-1998): A First Draft of History. Journal of Policy History, 12, 1, 2000, pp. 123-156. [text]

Beisner, E. Calvin.  Where Garden Meets Wilderness: Evangelical Entry into the Environmental Debate. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1997. [review]

Berelson, Bernard.  Toward a Policy for an Optimum Population. In: S. Fred Singer (Ed.). Is There an Optimum Level of Population, 1971.

Bremner, Jason / Bilsborrow, Richard.  Population Dynamics and Millennium Development Goal 7 (Discussion document for the Population-Environment Research Network (PERN) cyberseminar from 5-16 September 2005).. [text]

Brown, Lester R.  Food Supplies and the Optimum Level of Population. In: S. Fred Singer (Ed.). Is There an Optimum Level of Population, 1971.

Calne, Roy.  Too Many People: a radical solution to the population explosion and a survey of what has led to it. Calder Publications Limited. 1994.

Royce Carlson. Overpopulation. Zenzibar Alternative Culture, 2 April 2000 [text]

Cassils, A.  Overpopulation, Sustainable Development and Security: Developing an Integrated Strategy. Population and Environment. 25, 2004, (3), pp. 171-195.

Catton Jr, William R.  Overshoot: the ecological basis of revolutionary change. University of Illinois Press, 1980.

Change, Culture.  Overpopulation: resources for understanding and taking action. [text]

Choucri, Nazli.  Population and Conflict: new dimensions of population dynamics. United Nations Fund for Population Activities, Policy Development Studies, 1983, Number 8. [text]

Commission on Population Growth and the American Future. Population and the American Future (The Report of The Commission on Population Growth and the American Future / Rockefeller Commission Report), 1972 [text]

Connor, Steve.  Overpopulation 'is main threat to planet'. The Independent, 7 January 2006. [text]

Dager, Wendy.  Overpopulation vs. The World: A fight to the death?. 2001. [text]

Daily, Gretchen C. / Ehrlich, Anne H. / Ehrlich, Paul R.  Optimum Human Population Size. 1994. [text]

de Laet, Christian.  Environmental Quality as a Determinant for an Optimum Level of Population. In: S. Fred Singer (Ed.). Is There an Optimum Level of Population, 1971.

Delaney, David M.  Overshoot in a nutshell (Malthus was an optimist). Energy Bulletin, 2003. [text]

Ehrlich, Paul R. / Ehrlich, Anne H.  Overpopulation: the population explosion. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 1982.. [text]

Fagley, Richard M.  The Population Explosion and Christian Responsibility. Oxford University Press, 1960. [text]

Flanders, Laura.  Giving The Vatican The Boot. Ms. Magazine, October/November 1999 (report on Cairo+5 conference). [text]

Foreman, Dave.  's Around the Campfire, The Rewilding Institute, 11, 5 June 2007. [text]

Heimbach, Daniel R.  World Views and the Struggle Over World Population Control (Prepared for delivery at the 28th Annual Seminar of the Southern Baptist Christian Life Commission, Wake Forest, North Carolina, February 27-March 1, 1995). [text]

Hoevel, Ann.  Overpopulation could be people, planet problem. CNN, 8 April 2008. [text]

Hopkins, James.  Human Population Crisis.. [text]

Population Conference. October 1994 [text]

The Day of Six Billion. December 1999 [text]

Johnson, Boris.  Global over-population is the real issue. Telegraph, 25 October 2007. [text]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Kates, Carol A.  Reproductive Liberty and Overpopulation. Environmental Values, 13, 1 February 2004. [text]

Kearns, Laurel / Keller, Catherine  (Eds.).    Eco-spirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth. Fordham Press, 2007.

Knox, Geoffrey  (Ed.).    Religion and Public Policy at the UN. Religion Counts, 2002. [text]

Kurtz, Steven B.  Feedback and Dis-Equilibirum in Human Overpopulation. Council on Global Issues  (Paper for the World Congress of the Systems Sciences, 2000).

Lohmann, Larry.  Re-Imagining the Population Debate. Corner House Briefing #28, March 2003. [summary | pdf]

Maher, T. Michael.  How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population-Environment Connection. Population and Environment, 18, 4, 1997. [text]

May, William E.  Begetting vs. Making Babies. (A Paper for the Symposium, 'Human Dignity and Reproductive Technology,' sponsored by the John Paul II Newman Center, The Catholic Medical Association and The Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Chicago, Il, March 4, 2002). [text]

Mead, Margaret.  Human Values and the Concept of an Optimal Level of Population. In: S. Fred Singer (Ed.). Is There an Optimum Level of Population, 1971.

Mission Islam.  Population Control: Centrepiece of Imperialist Aggression Against the Muslim. 2004. [text]

Mosquin, Ted.  Human Population: why set one billion as the upper limit?. 2006. [text]

Mumford, Stephen D.  National Security Study Memorandum 200: world population growth and U.S. security.The Social Contract, 3, 2, Winter 1992-93. [text]

Mumford, Stephen D.  Overcoming Overpopulation: the rise and fall of American political will. Council for Democratic and Secular Humanism, 1994. [text]

Mumford, Stephen D.  The Life and Death of NSSM 200: how the destruction of political will doomed a U.S. population policy. Research Triangle Park NC, Center for Research on Population and Security, 1996, 580 p.. [excerpts in Focus, 8, 1, 1998]

Obaid, Thoraya Ahmed.  The Role of Culture and Religion in Promoting Universal Principles of The Programme of Action on Population and Development Statement. United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 2002. [text]

Obaid, Thoraya Ahmed.  "Ethics and Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights" -- The Role of Ethics in Promoting the Universal Principles of the Programme of Action on Population and Development. United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 2002. [text]

O'Connor, T..  Crimes against Humanity, 2006.

Optimum Population Trust. Too many people: Earth's population problem. 2007 [text]

Osterfeld, David.  Overpopulation: The Perennial Myth. The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty (Foundation for Economic Education), 43, September 1993, 9. [text]

Politics and Justice without Borders. Our Overpopulated Planet (Global Dialogue, 2007) [text]

The Family and Human Rights. Vatican Press, 1999

Declaration on the Decrease of Fertility in the World. 27 February 1998 [text]

Ethical and Pastoral Dimensions of Population Trends. Vatican Press, 1994

Growth, Population / Consumption, Resource /   ("Science Summit" on World Population: A Joint Statement by 58 of the World's Scientific Academies).    February 1992. [text]

Roberts, Walter Orr.  There is an Optimum Population Level. In: S. Fred Singer (Ed.). Is There an Optimum Level of Population, 1971.

Robertson, Tom.  DIE OFF: a population crash resource page. [text]

Runzo, Joseph / Martin, Nancy / Sharma, Arvind  (Eds.).    Human Rights and Responsibilities in World Religions. Oxford, Oneworld, 2003. [discusses Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the World's Religions]

Ryerson, William N.  Political Correctness and the Population Problem. Wild Earth, Winter 1998/99, pp. 100-103.

Scientists for Global Responsibility. Statement on Population and Sustainability, 2006 [text]

Seager, John.  Effective Way To Fight Global Warming, 2007. [text]

Simcox, D.  The Catholic Hierarchy and Immigration: boundless compassion, limited responsibility. The Social Contract, 3, 1993, pp. 90-95.

Singer, S. Fred  (Ed.).    Is There an Optimum Level of Population. McGraw-Hill, 1971. [contents]

Singer, S. Fred.  Is There an Optimum Level of Population?. Science, 166, 3902, pp. 270-271  (Paper for AAAS Symposium, 29-30 December 1969, Boston).

Smail, J. Kenneth.  Global Population Reduction: confronting the inevitable. Worldwatch Institute, 2004 [text] [text]. [references]

Smail, J. Kenneth.  Remembering Malthus III: implementing a global population reduction. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2003, 122 (3), pp. 295-300. [text]

Smail, J. Kenneth.  Confronting The 21st Century's Hidden Crisis: reducing human numbers by 80% 1995. [text]

Smith, Andy.  Christian Responses to Population Control. Political Environments #3, Spring 1996 (Committee on Women, Population and the Environment, 15 July 2006). [text]

Stevens, Val.  The Case For Dramatically Reducing Human Numbers. ECO-Campaign for Political Ecology, 2001. [text]

Tognoni, Gianni.  Tribunale Permanente Dei Popoli and [Peoples' Permanent Tribunal] (1979-2006). Roma, Fondazione Lelio e Lisli Basso. [text]

United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa. Can the Cairo Consensus Contribute to Achieving the Millenium Development Goals in Africa? (Seminar on the Relevance of Population Aspects for the Achievement of the Millennium development Goals. 17-19 November 2004), UN/POP/PD/2004/1 5 November 2004 [text]

World Population Prospects: The 2006 Revision. 2007 [text]

Implementing the Decisions of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD): 5-year Review and Appraisal of the ICPD Program of Action [text]

United Nations Population Fund. World Reaffirms Cairo: Official Outcomes of the ICPD at Ten Review. UNFPA, 2005 [text]

Urban, Jessica LeAnn.  Constructing Blame: Overpopulation, Environmental Security and International Relations. Northern Arizona University, Working Paper #273, August 2001. [text]

Valentine, Scott.  Agenda 21: Arguments for Appending a Population Reduction Program. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, 2007. [text]

Impacts, 23 April 2008 [text]

Why Population Matters, July 2007 [text]

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