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The 2010 Intergenerational Report

Population ageing reduces the proportion of working age people supporting people aged over 65 years. The rate of improvement in average living standards is projected to fall, placing pressure on Australia's capacity to fund the spending pressures associated with an ageing population, particularly in terms of health spending.

September 16 2011

INTERGENERATIONAL REPORT ISSUES SUSTAINABLE POPULATION POLICY CHALLENGE TO RUDD GOVERNMENT

September 16 2011

SE Queensland population by 2100

September 16 2011

PART 3: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA 1,700 PEOPLE ADDED TO CALIFORNIA DAILY

 Here's the third in Frosty Woolridge's series on the dilemmas of population. ?There are some chilling analogies with Australia. Frosty writes

September 16 2011

PART 2: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA FROG IN THE POT METAPHOR

 Here's another stirring piece from the pen of the American activist and author Frosty Woolridge.  It is Part 2 in his ongoing series of reflections on population.

September 16 2011

PART 1: OVERPOPULATION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA--OUR PERILOUS FUTURE

Part 1: Overpopulation in 21st Century America - Our perilous Future

http://denver.yourhub.com/Denver/Blogs/Your-Voice/Blog~736396.aspx

September 16 2011

Growth fetishism and the climate crisis.

September 16 2011

If Norway can prosper with a stable population, why can’t Australia?

The claim of inevitability is disingenuous and easily dismissed. While some degree of growth is inevitable over the next few decades, both the pace of growth and the ultimate trajectory are well within the government’s power to influence.

September 16 2011

Population summits 'likely to become talkfests'

Several population growth forums are being held next month including a State Government growth summit.

September 16 2011

Endless Growth? (Canberra Times 20100213)

 David Barnett writes a compelling message ("Need for hard thinking on immigration as population rises", CT Feb 11, p19). Recent statements by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd reveal that he thinks we are powerless to prevent Australia's population growing endlessly at a frightening rate.



September 16 2011

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