The harsh impacts of climate change and its related hazards are increasingly being felt across the world. A large consensus has emerged among natural scientists about the nature and the impact of climate change. It is recognized that climate change is largely anthropogenic and that, in turn, a continuous worsening of environmental conditions has strong impacts on populations’ and individuals’ well-being (Lutz, 2010). © 2020 Springer Nature

Climate change and reproductive intentions in Europe / De Rose, A; Testa, M. - (2015), pp. 194-212. [10.1007/978-1-137-56077-3_9]

Climate change and reproductive intentions in Europe

TESTA M
2015

Abstract

The harsh impacts of climate change and its related hazards are increasingly being felt across the world. A large consensus has emerged among natural scientists about the nature and the impact of climate change. It is recognized that climate change is largely anthropogenic and that, in turn, a continuous worsening of environmental conditions has strong impacts on populations’ and individuals’ well-being (Lutz, 2010). © 2020 Springer Nature
978-1-137-56077-3
Climate change and reproductive intentions in Europe / De Rose, A; Testa, M. - (2015), pp. 194-212. [10.1007/978-1-137-56077-3_9]
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