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Bringing the Population-Sustainable Development Debate to a Higher Level (7-14 mai 2012)

mercredi 18 avril 2012

Cyberséminaire du Réseau de recherche sur la population et l’environnement - PERN


Extrait de la présentation en ligne :

"This Population-Environment Research Network (PERN) Cyberseminar brings together two allied efforts to bring population considerations into the debate at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development to be held in Rio in June (Rio+20).

In the one, a global forum of experts met under UNFPA sponsorship in late November at IIASA in Austria to bring data and research to bear on these higher-level population relationships. Under the broader umbrella of the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital, their summary document, the Laxenburg Declaration on Population and Sustainable Development, was announced in a 24 February 2012 letter in Science magazine.

In the other, The Royal Society’s expert international working group, chaired by Nobel Laureate Sir John Sulston FRS, oversaw a study which resulted in a major report, People and the Planet, which will be released on 26 April 2012. They conducted a wide-ranging evidence gathering exercise involving meetings with government, industry, academia, and intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations in the UK and overseas, as well as an open public call for evidence.

In this cyberseminar we will draw on both documents. It takes as a premise that population matters are important in considerations of sustainable development (SD). Yet, the framing of the discussion has tended to be Malthusian, with a focus on population size and growth rates and a policy emphasis on efforts to curb population growth rates."

Consulter la page Web pour participer au cyber-séminaire.

Voir en ligne : http://www.popdevactu.fr/article.ph...

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