Call to University Professors Interested in Population Issues

population issues

Dave Foreman and I are offering university professors who are interested in population issues a complimentary copy of our book, Man Swarm: How Overpopulation is Killing the Wild World.

Man Swarm & Population Issues

Man Swarm addresses major population issues in the United States and globally. I had the opportunity to work with renowned conservationist and Rewilding Institute founder Dave Foreman on this book, which:

  • Shows how the overpopulation problem is not just about its impact on people; it examines how overpopulation is the main driver of the extinction of wildlife, wildlands destruction, and the creation of pollution, including destructive greenhouse gases
  • Smartly challenges those who don’t believe overpopulation is a serious issue
  • Gives over 25 tangible ways people can help solve the overpopulation problem

I was with Dave Foreman recently when he recently gave lectures in undergraduate and graduate Environmental Studies courses at the University of California at Santa Barbara on topics presented in Man Swarm. Students found this subject matter so engrossing that many paid out of their own pockets to get copies of the book!

You can read more about the book Here.

If you are a university professor, The Rewilding Institute and I would like to offer you the chance to review Man Swarm to see if you would like to use it or a portion of it in your teachings.

We hope you agree that students need to become more aware of overpopulation issues and ways to solve it!

To receive a complimentary copy of Man Swarm, please email outreach@rewilding.org with the address you would like the book to be sent to, and a Rewilding team member will be in touch!

Also, if you know university professors who might be interested in receiving a complimentary copy, please pass this along to them ~ we would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you!

~Laura

 

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