Wilson Center Event Highlights Intersection Of Population Growth, Family Planning, Sustainable Development

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: A More Resilient World: The Role of Population and Family Planning in Sustainable Development
Olivia Smith of the Wilson Center highlights panelists’ remarks at a Wilson Center event on the role of population growth and family planning on sustainable development. Key topics addressed include water security, food security, extreme weather, and integrated approaches to building resilient communities (6/27).

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