The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
invites you to a free public lecture
Global Population and the Global Environment to 2050
with Guest Speaker
Tuesday, October 7
165 Bascom Hall, 500 Lincoln Drive
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The first program in this year’s Gaylord Nelson Lecture Series on the theme “Population and Resources”
Joel Cohen is the Abby Rockefeller Mauzé Professor of Populations at Rockefeller and Columbia universities. He combines backgrounds in applied mathematics and public health to study the nature and effects of populations. A former MacArthur Foundation Fellow and winner of the prestigious Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement, he is author of the award-winning book, How Many People Can the Earth Support?
Support for this lecture series is provided by the Holstrom-Kineke Environmental Studies Fund.
For more information, please see the news release.