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An independent not-for-profit organisation seeking to protect the environment and our quality of life by ending population growth in Australia and globally, while rejecting racism and coercive population control. SPA is an environmental advocacy organisation, not a political party.

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Population: a big problem but easy to solve

September 16 2011

Human population growth a threatening process.

Although this call for submissions is limited to specific environmental systems the ACF application makes it clear that it views human population growth as a general threatening process to biodiversity and to the environment

September 16 2011

State of Australia’s Birds Report 2009

I commend Birds Australia on the work it has put into this Report, and previous reports, since the first Report was initiated in  2003.  I congratulate the various scientists and researchers who have produced this year’s Report, and I acknowledge my debt to some of you, such as David Paton, whose research and findings I have made use of quite regularly in my endeavours to alert Australians to the threats facing the Australian environment in general, and our birdlife in particular

September 16 2011

We should be economically rational about mining

Apart from the irony of Rudd's later attack on the miners as foreign companies sending their profits overseas, the Prime Minister's defence of foreign students went to the heart of the economic, political and philosophical challenge of a mining boom creating a c

September 16 2011

PART 20: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA—AN IGNORANT EXPERIMENT

September 16 2011

Anglicans argue for fewer kids

 The Anglican Church wants Australians to have fewer children and has urged the federal government to scrap the baby bonus and cut immigration levels.

September 16 2011

Forum warns population growth will leave us 'packed in like chickens'

September 16 2011

PART 19: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA—HUMANS AND THE REST OF THE PLANET

 In this series, it's the things that you don't see that undermine Mother Nature's ability to function for all living creatures and plants on this planet. While the environment 'seems' steady and dependable, look at the tornadoes across the Midwest in the past week or the eruption of Iceland's volcano that shut down air traffic in the past month. Or huge whale die-offs from eating plastics now endemic to our oceans.

September 16 2011

PART 18: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA—BIODIVERSITY AND HUMAN SURVIVAL

 By Frosty Wooldridge

Part 18: Biodiversity and human survival

September 16 2011

PART 17: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA—SYSTEMIC CHEMICALIZATION OF WATER AND FOOD

 An astounding 42 percent of rivers, lakes and streams in the United States remain so polluted that humans cannot enjoy any contact activity with them.

September 16 2011

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