Population, poverty, environment, and climate dynamics in the developing world
by Jason Bremner, David Lopez-Carr, Laurel Suter, Jason Davis
Interdisciplinary Environmental Review (IER), Vol. 11, No. 2/3, 2010

Abstract: This paper reviews extant evidence and offers a conceptual framework for the investigation of complex dynamics among human population growth, environmental degradation, poverty, and climate change. The paper introduces theories relating to population growth, environmental degradation, the impact on human well-being, and potential relations with climate change. Poverty is discussed in detail as both a contributing factor to and consequence of population growth and environmental change. The empirical literature on land cover change and environmental change in coastal and marine resources and potential relations with climate change are examined. Despite notable limitations to current knowledge on links among population growth, ecosystems, climate, and poverty, implications for further research and policy application are rich.

Online publication date: Wed, 05-Jan-2011

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