The study illustrates the links between religion and population dynamics in West Africa.
Cross-country analyses show that population growth rates are above average in countries that are strongly affected by climate change. This paper explores the question, to what extent population growth influences a countries' ability to cope with the climate crisis.
The One Pager "What connects the climate crisis with demographic trends?" was commissioned by KfW Entwicklungsbank for the publication series "Entwicklungspolitik Kompakt".
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