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The Impact of Climate Change and Environmental Exposures on Demographic Outcomes

Risto Conte Keivabu, Ugofilippo Basellini, Emilio Zagheni

This project generates novel insights into the analysis of the impacts of climate change on demographic outcomes. We focus in particular on gaining a deeper understanding of geographic and sociodemographic disparities; also to inform policies geared toward adapting to climate change.  Detailed Description

Temperature exposure and mortality, by racial groups, in the United States

Increase in the monthly mortality rate (per 1,000) with exposure to temperature bins counting the number of days between the 1st and 99th county specific temperature percentiles in the United States. Estimates by race are based on an interaction between the temperature bins and the racial categories. © Conte Keivabu, R., Basellini, U., Zagheni, E. (2022) Racial disparities in deaths related to extreme temperatures in the United States between 1993 and 2005. MPIDR Working Paper WP-2022-028.

Research Keywords:

Demographic Change, Health Care, Public Health, Medicine, and Epidemiology

Region keywords:

Europe, USA, World


Bernardi, F.; Conte Keivabu, R.:
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 1–40. (2024)    
Conte Keivabu, R.:
Population and Environment 46:6, 1–20. (2024)    
Zanasi, F.; Conte Keivabu, R.:
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 22, 1–28. (2024)    
Conte Keivabu, R.:
European Journal of Population 38:5, 1145–1182. (2022)    
Conte Keivabu, R.; Basellini, U.; Zagheni, E.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2022-028. (2022)    
Conte Keivabu, R.; Cozzani, M.:
Demography 59:5, 1631–1654. (2022)    
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