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At Last: A Case for Cautious Optimism

The number of people on this planet quadrupled in the 20th century. Currently at 7.6 billion people, world population continues to grow by millions every year. If it continues at the rapid rate it’s going, the impacts upon our planet and way of life may be enormous.

But what if the population growth rate slows down instead? Join us as educator and Bay Observatory Fellow Steve Rackley demonstrates how a natural evolution of human demographics is currently slowing down global population growth. While birthrate projections cannot be certain, Rackley presents a case for cautious optimism.

Thursday, 03/08/18

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San Francisco, CA 94111
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