Climate Change and Population: An Annotated Bibliography
This annotated bibliography provides an overview of 25 research papers that represent some of the diversity of research, perspectives, policy relevance, and advocacy opportunities around population and climate change interactions. These final 25 papers were selected as a useful start to anyone interested in exploring how the issues of population dynamics, reproductive health, family planning, women’s empowerment and climate change interact. Undoubtedly, the selection of these papers reflects some biases. Population Action International is primarily interested in policy application, climate change adaptation, and the role of increasing access to family planning and reproductive health services as a way to improve the well-being of women, their families and the environment.