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The Global Population and Environment Program is pleased to provide you with our latest program updates, inspirational stories, and useful resources from 2009. In this edition, find out how far we have come with a new federal administration in improving the environment and reproductive health and rights here and abroad-and also how much more support is needed.

  • Read about our international study tours to Guatemala and Belize in August, and to India in November, to learn about population, health and environmental intersections.
  • Check out our Tools and Resources section to order our latest activist materials, including our colorful Millennium Development Goals Factsheet, Breaking the Cycle: Women, Water and the Search for Equity Factsheet, and Youth Activist Guide!

Download the report here.  

Smoogy TajAs you can see in the image, India hosts extraordinary energy, environmental, and green development work. India also struggles with a range of development issues, including poverty, natural resource degradation, and rapid population growth - the effects of which can be seen in this smoggy shot of the Taj Mahal taken on our 2009 India Study Tour.

Please read our 2009 Population Report to learn about our experiences visiting incredible reproductive health and sustainable development programs making a tangible difference in the lives of people in India and on the environment.


The Global Population and Environment Program's mission is to protect the global environment and preserve natural resources for future generations by advancing global reproductive health and sustainable development initiatives.

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