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state of world population 2009 Facing a changing world: women, population and climate
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Lead Author and Researcher: Robert Engelman, Worldwatch Institute Chapter 1 contributors: Janet Macharia, Kaveh Zahedi and Bubu Jallow of the United Nations Environment Programme Chapter 3 contributors: Philippe Boncour of the International Organization for Migration and José Riera of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Editor: Richard Kollodge Editorial Associate: Triana D’Orazio Editorial and Administrative Associate: Mirey Chaljub Acknowledgements The editorial team is especially grateful to UNFPA’s Technical Division for contributing to the development of the report and reviewing drafts: Pamela DeLargy, José Miguel Guzmán, Werner Haug, Steve Kraus, Daniel Schensul and Aminata Touré. Invaluable insights and feedback were provided by Ann Erb-Leoncavallo, Bettina Maas and Sherin Saadallah of UNFPA’s Office of the Executive Director; Safiye Çag ˘ar, Director of the Information and External Relations Division; and Neil Ford, Chief of the Media and Communications Branch. The editorial team also acknowledges the contributions of feature stories by other UNFPA staff: Trygve Olfarnes of the Media and Communications Branch (in the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office), Eduard Jongstra and Reethu Arjun of the Pacific Sub-Regional Office, and Omar Gharzeddine of the Media and Communications Branch. Many others wrote sidebars and feature stories or carried out indispensable research: Renato Busquets, Juliane Diamond, Ioan Ifrim, Rachel Lander, Mia MacDonald, Elena Marszalek, Laurie Ann Mazur, Danielle Nierenberg, Victoria Okoye, Kimberly Rogovin, Scott Williamson and June Zeitlin. The United Nations Environment Programme contributed the foundation for Chapter 1, “Elements of climate change.” The International Organization for Migration and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees jointly drafted Chapter 3, “On the move.” The editorial team also thanks the Inter Press News Agency and the Integrated Regional Information Networks for permission to reprint stories from their news services. The indicators in the report were generously contributed by the Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, the World Health Organization, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Bank, the UNFPA/NIDI Resource Flows Project and the Population Reference Bureau. External advisors Lorena Aguilar and Adél Sasvári, International Union for Conservation and Nature. Alex Ezeh, Executive Director, African Population and Health Research Center. Michelle Leighton, Director, Human Rights Programs, Center for Law and Global Justice, University of San Francisco School of Law.
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