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POPULATION, IMMIGRATION, AND THE GLOBAL FUTURE: Introduction


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Tom Flynn
Too often, experts on climate change, environmental depletion, and species loss go out of their way not to discuss population’s relevance to their concerns.

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May
19
2015

Four Out of Five Scientists Agree: Population Matters


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Robert J. Walker
Like aid workers and others, scientists need to speak out on the urgency of curbing overpopulation.

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May
19
2015

Seven Billion Wolves: Why the Human Head Count Matters


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Jeffrey K. McKee
How can we make the dilemma of human overpopulation easier to grasp? Imagine seven billion wolves. . . .

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May
19
2015

Two Realities


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Richard Heinberg
Continual growth is not sustainable. Can we change the public mind-set in time?

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May
19
2015

Humanity vs. Nature—Winner Take All!


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Christopher Clugston
Humanity’s extraordinary nonrenewable natural resource–enabled industrial lifestyle paradigm is an unsustainable one-time “blip” in our species’ history that must and will come to an end—soon.

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May
19
2015

Sharp Danger but Grounds for Hope


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Joe Bish
Four perspectives on the population crisis: The challenges are vast, but there is hope.

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May
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2015

U.S. Immigration and the Limits of Supporting Earth Resources


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Walter Youngquist
Population growth is now exacerbating nearly every environmental problem in the U.S., and tends to erase any gains made from conservation and technological advances.

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May
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2015

Toward Negative Population Growth: Cutting Legal Immigration by Four-fifths


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By David Simcox and Tracy Canada
Achieving a stable, and eventually shrinking, U.S. population will require a radical overhaul of immigration policies.

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May
19
2015

Immigration Limits: Less and Less Politically Incorrect


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Andrea Szalanski
A review of How Many Is Too Many? The Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States, by Philip Cafaro.

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May
19
2015

Overpopulation, Immigration, and the Human Future


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 35 issue 4
By Tom Flynn
Today’s myriad ecological crises can never be solved without a major commitment not just to control but to reduce human numbers.

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