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The world is too small for us

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Crowded, isn’t it?

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Improving environment starts with tackling overpopulation

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Do not replenish the earth

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Limits to Growth

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The more men, the more jam

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Couples wanting children are doubly responsible for the future

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Overpopulation = overconsumption

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Stop the exhaustion and pollution of the earth

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Too little prosperity for too many people

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We love people, but not their number

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We cannot let humanity happen

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Articles - The Ten Million Club

Saturday, 09 June 2018 21:13

Booming economy Count your profit

The air quality in Beijing and Shanghai is among the worst in the world. As much as 80% of Chinese cities do not meet the minimum standard. Although measures are being taken to improve the quality of the air by moving or closing down old factories, Beijing currently has five million cars, which is four million more than fifteen years ago. Many buildings are demolished and new ones are built in their place, which causes a lot of dust. But the biggest problem of all is the population, which has doubled in that period to 20 million. What would that…
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 09:36

Something to think about

Wednesday, 06 June 2018 09:20

How to continue without war

Paul Gerbrands Wars are becoming less common in Europe. For a long time, they were a major cause of destruction of everything beautiful and ugly. Millions of people died in the last two world wars and food, raw materials and consumer goods were very scarce. Currently we live in peaceful times, we live longer, we still have children, and we have access to a growing list of products and consumables, more than our ancestors ever thought possible.
Overpopulation? Why? In discussions of overpopulation several misconceptions will inevitably arise, sometimes because of reluctance to recognise the problem, sometimes because of lack of information. Thirteen most important misconceptions are confuted below.
Saturday, 04 February 2017 13:50

Mother Nature’s Revenge

Trying to improve our living environment will be fighting a running battle as long as 70 million people are added to the world population each year. Once the mythological king Sisyphus thought that his cleverness could surpass that of Zeus.
The film addresses several problems caused by overpopulation, such as overconsumption, discomfort and food security, but also proposes a number of steps leading to a more sustainable future.
Tuesday, 12 January 2016 22:08

European Population Alliance, Newsletter 15

November 2015 Update From 30 November until 11 December, approximately 50,000 participants including 25,000 delegates from UN agencies, NGOs, governments, intergovernmental organisations and civil society are expected to attend the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference. For the first time in 20 years of UN negotiation, the conference will aim to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on climate while keeping global warming below 2°C. This newsletter features other important events of the past few months.
In his new thriller Patriarch Run, Benjamin Dancer explores the dilemma of committing a crime against humanity in order to save humanity from overpopulation and starvation.
What's Next for Our Increasingly Overpopulated World? At seven billion people and counting, the population of the globe is increasing with no signs of slowing down in the near future. With an increase of a billion people over only the past fifteen years and a four and a half billion increase over the last forty-five years, it is reasonable to expect some ten billion people in the world by 2050.
Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Overpopulation slide show

Slideshow about overpopulation
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World population