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Summer 2010 Population Report
Keep up with the Sierra Club's Global Population and Environment Program (GPEP) by checking out our latest population report

The GPEP has continued to play a vital role in empowering activists, including youth, to lead social change efforts around population and environmental issues. This edition of the Population Report includes information on our 2010 Fellows, One Voice Summit 2010, GPEP in Boston, Midwest tour, United Methodist Women’s Assembly events, news from Capitol Hill and GPEP updates.

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World Population Day 2010
Celebrate World Population Day on July 11, 2010 by contacting your representatives and urging them to support international family planning and the Sexual and Reproductive Health Act of 2010! This legislation strengthens and expands the U.S. government’s current program on international family planning and reproductive health (H.R. 5121). Additionally, by asking them to also increase funding for international family planning programs to $1billion in FY 2011, the United States can help bring an end to the rise of poverty, hunger, environmental degradation, and gender inequality that comes with poor health care and rapid population growth.

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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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Visit the Global Population and Environment Program's website for the latest campaign updates.

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