Youth Perspectives

Sommes-nous trop nombreux sur Terre ? 

The crowd is seen at New York Comic Con in New York City, U.S. October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith - RC1DE97F3B00

Depuis 1800, la population mondiale a été multipliée par sept et demi. Image: REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

Gilles Pison
Professor at the French Museum of Natural History, Associate researcher at INED, Sorbonne Universités
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