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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

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 13:16

Overpopulation is a choice

Paul Gerbrands in the April 2008 issue of the Dutch magazine Civis Mundi   History The Industrial Revolution arrived in England around 1750 and spread gradually throughout the world from there. Especially in Europe and the US, this was the beginning of a new era. The industrial exploitation of the masses initially resulted in an increase of poverty and a decrease in life expectancy.
Friday, 23 July 2010 21:48

Denis Diderot on holland in 1773-1774

Marcel M. Portegies, Historian   “And the population just kept on growing”   Denis Diderot (1713-1784) is one of the most important French philosophers of the 18th century. In 1773 and 1774 he made a journey through Holland. According to him, that region was densely populated and was subject to high immigration.
Friday, 23 July 2010 21:38

Making overpopulation discussible

Roxane Rakic, Psychologist   The issue of overpopulation is usually discussed from an economic food-technical or environmental point of view. It remains a subject, however, which it is difficult to interest people for,
Drs. M.M. Portegies, Historian Summery Over the period 1815-1857, Den Bosch experienced a rapid growth in its population. This resulted in poverty, leading to many inhabitants of the city having to live in wretched circumstances and various epidemics occurring.
Thursday, 15 July 2010 17:23

Policy proposals for the Netherlands

What does the foundation want to achieve? The Foundation The Club of Ten Million makes it their aim to maintain and improve the quality of life of all legal inhabitants of the Netherlands. It sees increasing overpopulation, on a global as well as a national scale,
Prof. Dr. S. W. Couwenberg   The idea of the Netherlands being full up first arose in the 1950s, when the Dutch government, under the socialist prime-minister Willem Drees, decided to pursue a proactive emigration policy in reaction to that perceived danger,
Friday, 05 March 2010 17:07

Wisdom from the austrialian bush

Jan J. Wester When Australia was discovered, reports about the inhabitants of that far away continent soon got through to Europe. The Austral negroes (as the Aborigines were called until recently) were described as being the most uncivilized people in the world. For they had not accomplished anything to measure civilization by, according to western standards. They walked around half
Friday, 05 March 2010 17:04

Criteria

Preamble The aim of the foundation The Ten Million Club Foundation (TMC) is to use awareness-raising techniques to create a basis of public support for a population policy in the Netherlands and in the rest of the European Union. For the Netherlands our target population is currently 10 million.
Friday, 05 March 2010 17:03

Lemmings with passports?

Prof. Eng. R.A.A. Oldeman Former Professor of Forest Ecology and Management at Wageningen University   The word overpopulation is often used casually, it being taken for granted that everyone knows what it signifies. Everybody claims know what it means, although, unfortunately, the ways in
Friday, 05 March 2010 17:01

Have your cake and eat it?

Paul Gerbrands in ‘Overpopulation’ van Bio-Wetenschappen en Maatschappij van 2008   Overpopulation is not simply a question of too many people, but rather an issue of a combination of the number of people and the demands they make of their surrounding environment – in other words, their prosperity. The earth is quickly making its way to 10 billion inhabitants, while even
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