Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics/IzaRomanowska
Notes by user Iza Romanowska (Barcelona Supercomputing Center) for Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics
Many thanks for the most wonderful opportunity to learn from and engage with an incredible group of researchers. It would be preposterous to limit the list of things I've learnt to one. C. Cowie's presentation on population axiology has opened up an area of inquiry that I was not even aware existed. M. Shenk's paper was probably the clearest introduction to demography I could wish for, similarly to L. Hunter's talk on migration. All the talks on mathematical underpinnings of some of the questions raised (and especially S. Levin's) were pitched at such a low level that even non-math folks like me could follow (THANK YOU!) which is much appreciated. I could go on but shifting to the 'how are you planning on using what you've learnt?' question. The socio-natural model presented by C. Lee has a good potential for being an absolute game changer for my research. It really opened up new avenue for linking environmental variables to demography that I was not aware of previously. Stay tuned!
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