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Population and Strategies for National Sustainable Development: A Handbook on Population Appraisal and Planning Processes

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The guide serves as a resource for national-level policy makers and the staff of conservation organizations who wish to integrate population and environmental conditions in planning for sustainable development. It presents the basic rationale for linking population and environmental issues, including the demonstrable impact that growth in population and consumption is having on the environment. At the same time, it acknowledges the difficulty of achieving integration due to long-entrenched disciplinary and ...
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Overview

The guide serves as a resource for national-level policy makers and the staff of conservation organizations who wish to integrate population and environmental conditions in planning for sustainable development. It presents the basic rationale for linking population and environmental issues, including the demonstrable impact that growth in population and consumption is having on the environment. At the same time, it acknowledges the difficulty of achieving integration due to long-entrenched disciplinary and institutional specialization. The guide refrains from making blanket prescriptions, but rather emphasizes that policy and planning responses must be attuned to the location-specific nature of population-environment interactions. A number of mechanisms for achieving integration are presented, including placement of demographers within national planning organizations, or creation of country-based networks of population and conservation professionals who meet regularly to share knowledge and experience. For those less familiar with previous research, the book includes a primer on demographic change and models and frameworks for understanding the links between population dynamics (births, deaths, growth, migration) and environmental change.

Originally published in 1996

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781853833755
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Edition description: 1
  • Pages: 164
  • Product dimensions: 8.22 (w) x 9.44 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Executive Summary
Preface
PART I: Introduction
The Guide: Users, Use and Basic Orientation
The Global, Historical Context of Population-Environment Dynamics
Part II: Population-Environment Linkages in Strategies for National Sustainable Development
Strategies Tor Sustainable Development
The Meaning of Development
Thinking about Linkages
Organizing Linkages
GIS: New Tools for Linking Visual Capacities
Population-Environment Networks: A Proposed Strategy
PART III: Linking Population and the Environment - Frameworks and Models
Introduction
Characteristics of Frameworks and Models
Common Frameworks: I=PAT
Models oT Population-Environment Dynamics
IIASA's Population-Development-Environment Model
Next Steps
PART IV: Population Parameters and Dynamics
The Demographic Transitions
A National Population-Environment Review
Basic Issues: Size and Vital Rates
Aged Sex Composition
Population Momentum
Migration and Environment
Urbanization
Measuring the Quality of Life
Socially Defined Groups: Gender, Ethnicity, and Indigenous Peoples
Environmental Indicators
Bibliography
Glossary
Index
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