If you’ve read 10:59 and you want to learn more about overpopulation and some of the things people around the world are doing to save our planet, the links on this page may be of interest.

There are countless other groups, organisations, communities and individuals out there doing incredible work to protect our world.
Do let me know of any that you think should be added to my list.

We are billions. We are the problem, but – together – we can also be the solution.

Population Matters
UK-based charity which campaigns to achieve a sustainable human population, to protect the natural world and improve people’s lives.

World Population Balance
US-based organisation whose mission is to alert and educate that overpopulation is the root cause of resource depletion, species extinction, poverty, and climate change.

CASSE – Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy
Challenging continuous economic growth and promoting the advantages of sustainability, with stabilised population and consumption.

Earth Warriors
Facebook platform celebrating nature, sharing information and encouraging cooperation to solve environmental issues. They also produce a fantastic free online magazine: Green It!

The Overpopulation Project
Research and outreach led by an international team of respected scientists. Their excellent website offers a wealth of information and resources.

The Ocean Cleanup and 4ocean are working to remove plastic pollution from the world’s oceans and address sources of the problem.

Ancient Forests
Facebook platform showcasing the world’s oldest and most remarkable forests, in the interests of their appreciation and preservation.

Say Trees
Inspirational team encouraging tree planting in India to improve green cover, natural beauty and environmental protection. Great website!

African Parks
Protecting Africa’s national parks and advancing wildlife conservation in Africa and around the world.

Please note, this is my own list of just a few sites that I’ve personally found to be informative, interesting and inspiring. The links on this page are not necessarily intended as endorsements.