Too often, experts on climate change, environmental depletion, and species loss go out of their way not to discuss population’s relevance to their concerns.
Four Out of Five Scientists Agree: Population Matters
Like aid workers and others, scientists need to speak out on the urgency of curbing overpopulation.
Seven Billion Wolves: Why the Human Head Count Matters
How can we make the dilemma of human overpopulation easier to grasp? Imagine seven billion wolves. . . .
Continual growth is not sustainable. Can we change the public mind-set in time?
Humanity vs. Nature—Winner Take All!
Humanity’s extraordinary nonrenewable natural resource–enabled industrial lifestyle paradigm is an unsustainable one-time “blip” in our species’ history that must and will come to an end—soon.
Sharp Danger but Grounds for Hope
Four perspectives on the population crisis: The challenges are vast, but there is hope.
U.S. Immigration and the Limits of Supporting Earth Resources
Population growth is now exacerbating nearly every environmental problem in the U.S., and tends to erase any gains made from conservation and technological advances.
Toward Negative Population Growth: Cutting Legal Immigration by Four-fifths
Achieving a stable, and eventually shrinking, U.S. population will require a radical overhaul of immigration policies.
Immigration Limits: Less and Less Politically Incorrect
A review of How Many Is Too Many? The Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States, by Philip Cafaro.