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RE: Could better family planning help slow the effects of climate change?
just a simple thought: if the world population were, say, one tenth of the present one (i. e. ~ 600 millions people) we would not have any of these problems: exhaustion of mineral resources; waste disposal; urban congestion; forests depletion; endangered animal & vegetal species; air pollution - this is just a start for the list of present issues. And, please, somebody should give a rational explanation of why the mankind needs to grow in number indefinitely. 'Cause, you know, I already read that mother Earth could support 40 billions humans: but what about 400 billions, and up? since the Earth's surface measures about 511 billions square meters (oceans included) only people able to stand always up, like horses, will have room to stay ... well, at least those fortunate guys will be saved from blowing snow out of driveway, oops, feet.
Posted by sonnero
24th Nov 2009