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MONTHLY eNEWS
June 2019
 
 
Rosy Ocampo and Televisa
 
 
Co-Production with Televisa to Impact teen pregnancy in Mexico
 
In a few short months a new show will broadcast on Televisa, a Mexican entertainment company that is the largest source of programming in the Spanish-speaking world. It's a project that combines Televisa's incredible creativity, production, and dissemination capabilities with Population Media Center's understanding of complex issues and behavior change. Rosy Ocampo, a Mexican television executive and producer now responsible for strategic content development and production for all of Televisa’s free and pay-TV channels, announced the co-production earlier this month.
 
 
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CLIMATE DENIERS BEWARE: A TSUNAMI OF PUBLIC OPINION IS COMING TO WIPE YOU OUT
 
Bob Walker, president of our sister organization Population Institute, had an OpEd published in Newsweek yesterday (Monday, June 17th) outlining the ways in which climate change is factoring into politics in real and dramatic ways. We encourage you to read his piece and you can also click here to watch Bob explain how the work of PMC can help ease pressure on the climate by empowering women and girls and slowing population growth.

 

The White House came under political fire earlier this month after it blocked a State Department intelligence expert from delivering written testimony on climate change. The expert's findings were censored because they did not "jibe" with the President's views. The administration's rejection of climate science is nothing new, but criticism is mounting...

 
 
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