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It’s easy to spot someone who’s been programmed from birth to believe there is a pot of gold at the end of the growth rainbow. When they write about economic or population growth, it’s simply assumed that more is good, faster is better, and there is no question or debate about that.
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Advocating high levels of immigration to boost economic activity is not a sustainable policy and is dehumanizing. This New York Times column by David Brooks is on the Wall of Shame today because of that:
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That sounds like quite the sustainability strategy. The “Oh Good Grief” award, along with Wall of Shame dishonor, goes to this piece by Lloyd Alter published on TreeHugger: