Mainers for Sustainable Population meets July 14–changed location in Augusta


Please pass along to others in your group or area. Thanks.

POPULATION ACTION PLANNING meeting for Mainers for Sustainable Population

Wednesday, July 14, 5-8 PM

New Location: Viles (formerly Pine Tree) Arboretum, 153 Hospital St., Augusta

Possible projects: Public education programs, speakers, condom distribution, possible legislation, more

What can each of us do to stabilize our population and reduce it so our population does not endanger our environment and create justice and peace problems connected to population? What is already happening in Maine, and what groups and resources are available? How do issues like family planning, immigration, and the role of youth influence our policies? Who can change them?

Building awareness about population needs to start NOW. It is a controversial subject. It needs to be a topic that we can bring up with environmental, social, and political organizations, and in a non-threatening way, with others in our local communities. Come to learn what you can do to create a more sustainable population in our country, and how the US can support sustainable populations throughout the world.

For more information about this meeting and directions to the Arboretum at 153 Hospital St., Augusta, contact Larry Dansinger, 161 Stovepipe Alley, Monroe, ME 04951, (207) 525-7776 or rosc@psouth.net.

This entry was posted in HCCN. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply