Committee for a Sustainable World Population
Letters to the Editor
For a wealth of information on population issues, check out CSWP member Karen Pitts' web-site, www.overpopulation.org.
The U.C. Davis newspaper, the Aggie, now carries a daily message relating to global population growth...circulation of the Aggie is over 10,000 a day.
Letters of Recognition
Letters of recognition have been sent to the following individuals and organizations:
Sample Letter of Recognition
January 24, 2011
Professors Paul and Anne Ehrlich
Center for Conservation Biology
Stanford, CA 94505
With this letter, the Committee for a Sustainable World Population (CSWP) of the Sierra Club Mother Lode Chapter wishes to recognize your courageous and resolute efforts over several decades to relate world overpopulation and world population growth to global environmental problems.
World population growth increasingly stresses our limited global natural resources, and contributes to the degradation of our air, land, water, and fish and wildlife habitats. Continuing global population growth will inevitably overwhelm any attempts to reduce per capita resource consumption, and to attain environmental sustainability.
Best wishes for success in your vital population-related programs during 2011!