Curious Conversations

Paul Ehrlich

Population Bomb: 50 Years Later

The world population has doubled in the 50 years since biologist Paul Ehrlich published his best-selling book “The Population Bomb.” From global food insecurity to mass extinctions to the impacts of climate disruption, Paul will discuss the problems we face today and what we can do about them.

Paul Ehrlich, conservation biologist and best-selling author

Paul Ehrlich is a world-famous biologist, environmentalist, and author of “The Population Bomb” and more than 50 other books. He is the president of Stanford University’s Center for Conservation Biology. He has been a pioneer in alerting the public to the problems of overpopulation, resource depletion, and environmental degradation. Paul is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a recipient of numerous international honors.

Curious Conversations, intimate live discussions

Curious Conversations are meant to spark curiosity and fulfill the thirst for knowledge. Thought leaders, experts, and some of the world’s most interesting people join us for engaging discussions. The conversations are filmed in front of a studio audience in the heart of Silicon Valley and broadcast live around the world.

Conversations aren’t one-sided lectures. They are interactive. Anyone, anywhere can ask questions and have them answered on air.

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