Professor Paul Ehrlich is one of the world's leading experts on population and is renowned for his role in helping the world to think about resource scarcity and the impact of an ever-increasing population on demand for natural resources.
Paul Ehrlich is the Bing Professor for Populations Studies at Stanford University and the President of the University's Centre for Conservation Biology. After completing a Bachelors degree at the University of Pennsylvania, Professor Ehrlich completed his MA and PhD at the University of Kansas.
Professor Ehrlich is particularly well know for his work on overpopulation, and in particular, his seminal work The Population Bomb.
Paul Ehrlich was in Adelaide during November to present a series of free public seminars.
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