Joel E. Cohen

AUDIO-VIDEO PRESENTATIONS     Publications     Vita

Selected Lectures and Interviews On-line

L = lecture, I = interview, A = audio, S = slides, V = video

I A 1996 Conversation with Harold Hudson Channer on How Many People Can the Earth Support? Air date: 04-22-96
I A 2003 National Academy of Sciences InterViews Joel Cohen, applied mathematics and population biology. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
L V,S 2005 United States Geological Survey Western Region Colloquium. Human Population Trends, Human Carrying Capacity and Sustainability. August 15, 2005.
I V,S 2005 Scientific American and Columbia Earth Institute. Panel I Q&A (at 13.49 minutes into video, question from Andrew Revkin is addressed by JEC). Thursday, October 20, 2005.
L S 2008 Does one size fit all? SIZEMIC workshop on body size and ecosystem dynamics. Clare College Cambridge, UK, April 5.
L V 2008 Center for Global Development Presents: Demographics and Development in the 21st Century. Beyond Population: Everybody Counts in Development. September 23, 2008.
I V 2008 The Rockefeller University Newswire: New formula predicts how people will migrate in coming decades. September 29, 2008.
I V 2008 U.S. National Science Foundation video press release 08-197. Joel E. Cohen discusses his work on developing math models to predict human migration patterns.
L V 2008 Population and climate change. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA, November.
I A 2009 Earthsky Interviews: Joel Cohen does the math on human migration worldwide. January 4.
L V 2009 Human population to 2050: problems and opportunities. Collège de France, Paris, France, June.
I V 2009 Population, education, and the world's future (with Wolfgang Lutz). Population Reference Bureau, Washington, DC, October 23.
I V 2009 26th IUSSP International Population Conference in Marrakech, Morocco, September 27-October 2.
I V 2010 Bigthink interview: Joel Cohen, Mathematical Biologist, Rockefeller University.
L V 2010 First annual Malthus Lecture, Population Reference Bureau and International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC.
I V 2010 How many people can the Earth support? Environmental Change & Security Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC. November 22, 2010.  
I V 2010 Education as a means to addressing rapid population growth and aging. Environmental Change & Security Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC. November 22, 2010.
I A 2010 Early adapters: how our planet can cope with billions more people. Are We Alone? Science radio for thinking species, December 6, 2010.
I V 2010 Too few or too many? Joel E. Cohen on how education can address both. The New Security Beat seeking a sustainable future for a lasting peace. December 17, 2010.
I V 2011 Andrew C. Revkin, 7 Billion and Counting. Dot Earth. New York Times, January 8, 2011.
L text 2011 Joel Cohen: Necesitamos tener conversaciones y diálogos acerca de nuestras metas educativas [We need to have conversations and dialogues about our educational goals]. Encuentro dialogos pensando la educación para enriquecer nuestras prácticas, México D.F., 2-3 March 2011.
L V 2011 The World at 7 Billion: Sustaining our Future, Earth Institute, Columbia University, October 21, 2011. Also available via http://earthsky.org/human-world/joel-cohen-top-10-key-population-trends-on-earth-with-7-billion 
I V 2011 Seven billion people, three different worlds. October 29, 2011. CBS Evening News. The Evening News with Russ Mitchell. 
I V 2011 World population: Seven billion and counting. CBS Morning News. The Early Show with Mo Rocca. 
I V 2011 7 billion people. Lang and O’Leary Show, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, October 31, 2011. 
I A 2011 Joel Cohen: Top 10 key population trends on Earth with 7 billion. EarthSky. October 30, 2011. 
I A 2011 Seven-billionth baby will be born today. The Bob Rivers Show, 95.7 KJR FM, Clear Channel Seattle, October 31, 2011. 
I A 2011 Interview and listener questions. Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC, New York. November 4, 2011, 11:06-11:24. 93.9 FM and AM 820. 
L V 2011 Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem, the Solution, or Both? An Introduction to Demography and Populations Study Through an Examination of the World's Population. Floating University and Big Think. (1) http://www.floatinguniversity.com/lectures-cohen (2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vr44C_G0-o (3) http://www.thegodlessheathen.com/post/2012/10/joel-cohen-an-introduction-to-demography-malthus-miffed-are-people-the-problem (4) http://science.soup.io/post/282455284/Joel-Cohen-An-Introduction-to-Demography-Malthus (5) http://www.channels.com/episodes/show/16645542/Joel-Cohen-An-Introduction-to-Demography-Malthus-Miffed-Are-People-the-Problem-#/episodes/show/16645542/Joel-Cohen-An-Introduction-to-Demography-Malthus-Miffed-Are-People-the-Problem-  
I A 2012 Interview and listener questions. The Leonard Lopate Show, Please Explain: How to Save the World—Population Growth and Control. WNYC
L V 2012 Keynote Address: Feathering Our Nest or Fouling Our Nest? Challenges and Opportunities of Coming Human Population Changes. Ecosystem Services: Charting a Path to Sustainability. National Academies Press, Washington, DC. www.nap.edu (CD with book)
I A 2013 NSF Webcasts & Interviews: NSF-Funded Rockefeller University Mathematical Biologist Joel Cohen Discusses Human Migration Patterns. http://science360.gov/radio/episode/2683cdc8-323e-4f8b-b42d-4d6ac27cb8c1/nsf-funded-rockefeller-university-mathematical-biologist-joel-cohen-discusses-human
 L  V  2013  Is a limit to length of human life imminent? American Philosophical Society, November 15. http://diglib.amphilsoc.org/islandora/object/video:1243
L V 2015

Human population. Planning for the seventh generation. Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1965 50th Reunion, Sanders Theater, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, May 27. /cohenje/assets/file/2015052720150926Harvard50th.mp4

I V 2015 Golden Goose Award 2015, Washington DC, September 17. https://player.vimeo.com/video/139989351
L V 2016 Are there imminent limits to life length? How should population aging be measured? Chronic Disease Seminar, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, February 18. https://a2learning.cumc.columbia.edu:8443/ess/echo/presentation/0d9978b7-f9a4-4dfe-b445-2fb7f7cc3c8d?ec=true
L V 2016 The use of Taylor's law to evaluate alternative multiregional population projections ex ante, Wittgenstein Centre Conference, Vienna Institute of Demography, December 6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg5ymBdF_TI&index=30&list=PLNxGCu8j-xgIlDDJfvaNJyGOkf9l7jOob

 

 Last updated: January 19, 2017

 

AUDIO-VIDEO PRESENTATIONS     Publications    Vita

AUDIO-VIDEO PRESENTATIONS     Publications     VitaSelected Lectures and Interviews On-lineL = lecture, I = interview, A = audio, S = slides, V = videoI