Peter Singer of Princeton University argues that since one can healthy without eating meat, one should choose that option rather than harming animals.
Reducing the global population is essential - along with reducing overall consumption and the use of unsustainable technologies.
Human population numbers and economic activity must stop growing. Our goal should be sustainability, not endless growth.
As we continue paving over natural habitats, many think that we can disrupt and despoil the environment indefinitely.
it is critical that the demographic explosion which began in the 21st century be now brought under control.
East Asia has gained a huge demographic dividend from rapid fertility declines: in much of Africa and the Middle East, the dividend is still missing.
The key word that people have to understand is ‘sustainability’. We have to create a sustainable environment, worldwide, and we’re not doing it.
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Demographic expert Jason Brent from Las Vegas, Nevada, brings readers a realistic assessment to ponder and act upon. He understands the adverse consequences...