Human Natures: Crucial Issues in our Evolution

Monday, 30 October, 2000


For the three decades since the publication of The Population Bomb in 1968 and through his subsequent publications, Professor Paul Ehrlich from Stanford University in California has been alerting the public to the problems of overpopulation. He has also raised issues of population, resources and the environment as matters of public policy. Often controversial, he has been the recipient of many international awards.

Professor Ehrlich will be speaking on Human Natures: Crucial Issues in our Evolution on Tuesday 28 November 2000, 6.30pm at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre, Sydney University.

For further information, contact Kathryn Davis on 9320 6225 or kathrynd@austmus.gov.au.

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