David Paxson is a national leader on the issue of population stabilization and humane reduction. He has participated at international meetings -- including the United Nations Population Conference in Egypt in 1994 -- and he has spoken to groups across the United States.
He graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Economics and a concentration in Environmental Education and Policy. He worked at the Center for Population Studies at the University of Minnesota.
David believes that as people learn about the unsustainable impact of rapid population growth upon declining global resources and rising poverty, they will take fair and humane action to help stabilize and then humanely reduce world and national population levels in order to maintain a viable planet for all children of the future.