Population and Environment
The sole social science journal focused on interdisciplinary research on social demographic aspects of environmental issues. The journal publishes cutting-edge research that contributes new insights on the complex, reciprocal links between human populations and the natural environment.
The journal covers important international issues and embraces all the main fields in population studies and their environmental dimensions. Quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods contributions are welcome.
Disciplines commonly represented include demography, geography, sociology, human ecology, environmental economics, public health, anthropology and environmental studies. Examples of relevant topics include:
Fertility and land availability, tenure systems * Mortality or morbidity and environmental, pollutant exposures * Migration and natural resource decline * Health, well being and environmental implications of development * Social stratification and natural hazards * Quality of life and environmental amenities * Population redistribution and land use change * Population composition and energy consumption * Urbanization’s impact on environment and human health * Gender and environmental concern * Disease patterns and climate change * demographic aspects of consumption-environment linkages.
Authors can make supplementary materials available with their online article. These might include color maps, tables, videos, or datasets.
Household migration as a livelihood adaptation in response to a natural disaster: Nicaragua and Hurricane Mitch
Peter Loebach (December 2016)
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|Journal of population||0146-1052||1573-7810|
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