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People & the Planet



peopleandplanet.net is a fabulous gateway and free educational resource exploring the connecting issues of environment, population, and sustainable development. The site has been organised into 14 key topical areas, each containing an Overview, Facts and Figures, Feature Articles, Newsfile, Glossary, Links, Book and Film reviews.
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Address:
Suite 112, Spitfire Studios, 63-71 Collier Street,
London , England N1 9BE
United Kingdom
Contact Person: Maya Pastakia
Phone: +44 (0)20 7713 8108
Fax: +44 (0)20 7713 8109
E-Mail: planet21@totalise.co.uk
Website: http://www.peopleandplanet.net
   


Detailed Information:
Launched in September 2001, this fabulous gateway and educational resource on Environment, Population and Sustainable Development issues, explores 14 key topical as follows: Human Development; Food and Agriculture; Reproductive Health; Coasts and Oceans; Renewable Energy; Climate Change; Green Industry; Eco-tourism; Biodiversity; Mountains; Pollution; Forests; Water and Cities.

Each of the above key topics is introduced with an authoritative Overview, together with Feature Articles, Facts and Figures, News, Links, Glossary and Book and Film reviews. A new key topic on People, Poverty and Trade will be on-line in April. The website is free to access at the following web address: http://www.peopleandplanet.net

Edited by John Rowley, founder and editor of People and the Planet magazine (1992-2000), this new website is a wonderful entry-point into all the issues which must be addressed if we are to create a healthy planet for healthy people. It takes an open, independent, balanced view of many topical and controversial issues and does so in a very accessible way. It is published by Planet 21, an independent non-profit company and a registered British charity, with sponsorship from UNFPA, IPPF, IUCN and WWF.



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