Links on overpopulation
Our most important reference is:

The Optimum Population Trust UK
www.optimumpopulation.org
with which we wish to develop closer relation and exchange projects

Earth Policy Institute
www.earth-policy.org

ECO - The Campaign for Political Ecology
eco.gn.apc.org

EcoFuture, Dedicated to sustainability and the ecological future of our planet
www.ecofuture.org

ECOPOP
www.ecopop.ch

EnviroLink Network(An on-line information resource on environmental issuess)
www.envirolink.org/


National Audubon Society's Population & Habitat Campaign,
Supports voluntary family planning as a key element in conserving and restoring natural ecosystems.
www.audubonpopulation.org

People and the Planet
www.peopleandplanet.net

Popline, the world's largest bibliographic database on population, family planning, and related health issues
www.jhuccp.org/popline

Population Action International
www.populationaction.org

Population Connection
info@populationconnection.org

Population Growth over Human History
www.globalchange.umich.edu

Population Media Center
www.populationmedia.org

Population Reference Bureau
www.prb.org

Sustainable Population Australia
www.population.org.au

UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
www.unfpa.org

UN Population Information Network (POPIN):
www.un.org/popin

Union of Concerned Scientists, working for a healthy environment and a safer world.
www.ucsusa.org

Worldwatch Institute
www.worldwatch.org

World Overpopulation Awareness (WOA)
www.overpopulation.org

World Population Clock
www.census.gov/main/www/popclock