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Lunch Session [clear filter]
Saturday, February 23

12:30pm CST

Evidence-based hope for the future: The human population bottleneck & conservation reserves as re-wilding centers
We live in an era of rapid human population growth. However, demographics suggest that population growth will not only slow in the coming century but will actually reverse! For uplifting reasons (like empowerment of women) the human population will likely be smaller than it is today in only a few hundred years. The conservation reserves of today will serve as the re-wilding centers of the future.

NOTE: Lunch Session times and durations may change. Please check back before conference day to confirm.

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Ray Dybzinski

Loyola University Chicago, Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Saturday February 23, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
rm. 22