Session 14:
Population, Health, and the Environment

Thursday, May 3
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Union Square 17-18
Fourth Floor

Chair: Roger-Mark De Souza, Population Action International
Discussant: Clive Mutunga, Population Action International

  1. Estimate Social Vulnerability Index to Climate Change in MexicoAbraham Granados, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  2. Adaptation to Climate Extremes in the Afram Plains of Ghana: A Gender and Occupational PerspectivesSamuel N. A. Codjoe, University of Ghana; Lucy K. A. Adzoyi-Atidoh, Lincoln University

  3. The Environmental Dimensions of Rural Outmigration in South Africa: Will Climate Change Constrain Livelihood Options?Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado at Boulder; Raphael Nawrotzki, University of Colorado at Boulder; Stefan Leyk, University of Colorado at Boulder; Galen Maclaurin, University of Colorado at Boulder; Wayne Twine, University of the Witwatersrand; Barend Erasmus, University of the Witwatersrand

  4. Is There a Link between Population, Health and Environment (PHE) and Climate Change Adaptation?Jason Bremner, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Karen Hardee, Futures Group International; Kathleen Mogelgaard, Population Action International; Heather D'Agnes, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

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