7 Billion and You Lecture Series: Demography of the 7 Billion

Thursday, January 24, 2013 - 19:00

Dr. Warren C. Sanderson, Professor of Economics, Stony Brook University, NY, USA

Where is the world population heading? What happens when we get there?

The world’s population is expected to peak at 9 to 10 billion and then slowly decline. There are multiple questions associated with this march toward population stability: How do we know it will happen? What is its timing and regional variation? How much older will the world’s population get? What are the implications of this stability for world environmental change?

Date(s): Thursday, January 24, 2013, 7 pm

Location: SFU Harbour Centre (515 W Hastings), Room 1900

Admission: Free and open to anyone of any age, but please register* Register


* Space is limited, so arrive early. We’ll hold your seat until 15 minutes before the event begins.


Dr. Warren C. Sanderson, Professor  and Co-Chair, Department of Economics, Stony Brook University, NY, USA


The David and Cecilia Ting Endowment, Lifelong Learning, SFU

Human Evolutionary Studies Program, SFU

Faculties of Enviornment and Science, SFU


Email: csreg@sfu.ca