Session 87:
Population and Environmental Impact in Africa

Friday, April 16
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Cumberland I
Exhibition Level

Chair: Kathleen Mogelgaard, Population Action International
Discussant: Jason Bremner, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  1. Awareness of Water Pollution as a Problem and the Decision to Treat Drinking Water among Rural African Households with Unclean Drinking Water: South Africa 2004-06John H. Romani, University of Michigan; Marie Wentzel, Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa (HSRC); Heston Phillips, Statistics South Africa

  2. Population and other Determinants of Food Crop Production in the Dry and Derived Savannah Zones of GhanaSamuel N.A Codjoe, University of Ghana

  3. Analysis of Regional Disparities in the Impacts of Anthropogenic Factors on the Environment in AfricaChukwuedozie K. Ajaero, University of Nsukka, Nigeria; Chidi T. Nzeadibe, University of Nsukka, Nigeria

  4. Linking the Environment, Growth in the Economy and the Population - Forestry Sector Growth, Deforestation and Population GrowthStella L. Nassolo, Makerere University

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