Demography and climate change
The growing number of people and its consequences for ecology, social redistribution systems and urban living
Reihe: Studien zum Klimawandel in Österreich, Band: 10
Format: 196 Seiten, 27x19cm, broschiert
At the same time, theris the argument of population growth being necessary to finance the welfare state, its pension systemss as elderly care. As both "solutions" to demographic decline - increased migration and pro-natalist family policies - are politically heavily disputed, and given the interdependencies of poulation growth, climate change and resource availablity, this collection of articles shows, that an expert discussion on these aspects should indeed include the necessary normative aspects associated with the questions of influencing population size by policies.
This book contains the inputs of international high profile researchers, discussing how these issues will shape the socio-economic reality in the middle of the century
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