IIASA Population Research 1975–2015

POPNET Newsletter 47, Autumn 2015: IIASA celebrates 40 years of population research and its leadership in expanding demographic methods to make useful contributions to the human dimension of the analysis of contemporary global challenges.

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© IIASA

In this issue:

  • A summary: IIASA Population Research 1975–2015 - 40 years of making demography relevant to global sustainable development;
  • Demography at IIASA today and in the past: Reflections of Former and Current POP Staff and YSSP;
  • Latest news from the World Population Program: Wittgenstein Centre Data Explorer Version 1.2, and the new Wittgenstein Centre website.

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Since 1982 the World Population Program issues the POPNET newsletter for an extensive network of researchers and institutes working in the field of population and sustainable development. On a regular basis collaborators and interested individuals are provided with details of developments at the Program, current research, latest publications and information on forthcoming meetings and conferences.


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Mukhortova, L., Shchepashchenko, D. , Moltchanova, E., Shvidenko, A., Khabarov, N. , & See, L. (2021). Respiration of Russian soils: climatic drivers and response to climate change. Science of the Total Environment 785, e147314. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147314.

Kuramochi, T., Nascimento, L., Moisio, M., den Elzen, M., Forsell, N., van Soest, H., Tanguy, P., Gonzales, S., et al. (2021). Greenhouse gas emission scenarios in nine key non-G20 countries: An assessment of progress toward 2030 climate targets. Environmental Science & Policy 123, 67-81. 10.1016/j.envsci.2021.04.015.

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