Population Everywhere: Critically Evaluating a Global Concept

A Teach-Out on Wednesday 4th March / 18:00 – 19:30 Attenborough Room, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent Download Poster Heather Alberro Political Ecologist, Nottingham Trent University Debates surrounding the key drivers of contemporary ecological decline are varied and complex, although one in particular tends to predominate: the question of whether human population … Continue reading Population Everywhere: Critically Evaluating a Global Concept

Its not playing god when its done so stupidly: the case of mosquito population control by genetic modification #news (3min)

A recent study shows that the introduction of genetically modified mosquitos to control the population of free mosquitos in south america has at best not worked, at worst made the situation a lot worse. The story goes that with the spread of the Zika virus, amongst other viruses lethal to humans, the idea to try … Continue reading Its not playing god when its done so stupidly: the case of mosquito population control by genetic modification #news (3min)