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Guest Host: Susan Page
Later this month the U.S. population is forecasted to reach 300 million. China and India are both already more than three times larger. We’ll talk about U.S. and world population growth rate projections and possible economic and environmental implications.
- William Frey Visiting fellow, The Brookings Institution and research professor, population studies, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan
- Joel Cohen Professor of populations at Rockefeller University and Columbia University author of "How Many People Can the Earth Support?" (Norton)
- Joseph Chamie Director of research, Center for Migration Studies, formerly director, United Nations Population Division
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