After three decades of neglect, more environmentalists are waking back up to the need to limit human numbers.
Faced with global climate change, climate ethicists have begun to address the role of population and the need for limits to growth.
We don't have to dive deep into economic theory or the future of technology to glimpse some potential benefits of a slimmer, grayer population.
A persuasive case can be made that globally the size of the human population is already too large and should be reduced.
As Sir David Attenborough tells us, the number of us has increased at least 3 times in his lifetime from 2 billion to almost 8.
The Vatican successfully blocks consideration of the reality that population growth is the most serious threat to the security of all nations.
There is a need for international cooperation to address population growth and consumption as driving factors of environmental destruction.
A recent book from a Cambridge University economist finds that an optimal human population might range from 500 million to 5 billion.
Halting of population growth control is far more important to the Vatican than Spain ever was and control of the press is critical.
With the world’s population growing by more than 80 million annually, the environmental case for addressing population growth seems clear.