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Daily Beast, Donald Trump, Fertility Down a Huge Problem

Civilizational Suicide Not Fast Enough for Daily Beast Columnist

Growth boosters and profiteers, and many of the policymakers they dupe, have been wringing their hands lately over the progress our society is making on the overpopulation front. Their propaganda on this is ridiculous and dangerous.

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CO2 Reduction Strategies Chart

One Action Reduces Your Carbon Footprint 100 Times More Than Driving a Hybrid

Would you be surprised to find that having fewer children is the most effective way to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions? I’m excited to honor Seth Wynes and Kimberly Nicholas at the University of British Columbia for quantifying the most effective carbon reduction strategies.

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Improved Reporting on Population Decline

I was prepared to slap this story onto the Wall of Shame when I saw the headline. After all, it’s just another worry piece about a “birth dearth” in a nation that actually doesn’t know how lucky it is.

Japan, Short on Babies, Reaches a Worrisome Milestone

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