Category Archives: development

Maybe We Don’t Have An Overpopulation Problem

This is an expanded version of an article titled, “The World Isn’t Facing An Overpopulation Problem”, published in The Huffington Post on April 28, 2017.

What is the greatest threat to our civilization? If you were to ask a cross section of people in your life, you’d likely get an array of responses: terrorism, climate change, corporate greed, anti-intellectualism… the list goes on. Continue reading Maybe We Don’t Have An Overpopulation Problem

Defining Low Income and Poverty

mdi-tenindicators

Oct 22, 2016 — I was pleased to give a presentation to the attendees of the 9th Annual Dalla Lana School of Public Health Student-Led Conference: Secure Income, Secure Health.  This episode is the audio of that presentation, recorded on my douchey bluetooth headset, hence the poor audio quality. The slides from that presentation are available here.

Career Planning for Global Health Students

Dr Raywat Deonandan and Dr Gen Bois
Dr Raywat Deonandan and Dr Gen Bois

Nov 8, 2015 — My presentation at the Global Health Students and Young Professional Summit in Montreal. I served on the career panel. I didn’t have any slides, but I think the audio is sufficient!