Population Forum

Are you interested in official community plans, business or market planning, sustainability planning, enviromental impacts resulting from human activity, or just opening or closing public or private facilities, then you will likely need to talk about population change. You are invited to attend a Population Forum, June 1, 2010, 7:00 pm at the civic centre.

What good will it do? What will be discussed?

Population Geography Course - First Class with Elder College

For All You Population Geography Enthusiasts, I have compiled most of the information from the course into one document (around 200pgs with the charts and graphics) and am continuing to add more. I won't burden you with the full version, but will boil it down to the main points we covered.

I want to thank you for making the course so interesting. The difficulty in dropping the outline for the course in favour of addressing students interests is that there is little structure... I apologize for that; however, the benefit is that we can touch on a wide variety of intersting topics....then the trick is too somehow tie these together, which for me, was a tough but rewarding challenge. The people who take the next (second) course will benefit from your contributions.

All this to say, I'm still plugging away and will let you know when I've is the raw, yet to be refined outline sketch of the First Class

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