Explains how U.S. population trends tend to exacerbate both the causes and effects of climate change. Outlines how population density and composition affect energy and land use, the role each U.S. region plays in climate change, and the risks they face.
Energy and Environment
Center for Environment and Population
Wallace Global Fund
Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
North America / United States
Copyright 2008 Center for Environment and Population.
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