Rosamund McDougall is a co-chair of the environmental think-tank now known as Population Matters, which was established in 1991 to examine the impact of human population on its environment. She has been campaigning on population issues since the 1970s. She believes that if we don’t reduce our impact on the environment by population control, the results will be catastrophic.
Interviews with Rosamund McDougall
The policy director for the Optimum Population Trust, the environmental think-tank, discusses books on Global Warming. Includes a volume on the wildlife of Borneo alongside DH Lawrence’s The Rainbow