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Aspire to Greatness

The Australian Population Institute (APOP) attempting to justify a population of 35 million by 2050.

September 16 2011

Billionaire club in bid to curb overpopulation

America's richest people meet to discuss ways of tackling a 'disastrous' environmental, social and industrial threat. John Harlow, Los Angeles The Sunday Times May 24, 2009

September 16 2011

Is Population Growth a Ponzi Scheme?

According to Ponzi demography, population growth — through natural increase and immigration — means more people leading to increased demands for goods and services, more material consumption, more borrowing, more on credit and of course more profits. Everything seems fantastic for a while — but like all Ponzi schemes, Ponzi demography is unsustainable. Joseph Chamie | Thursday, March 04, 2010

September 16 2011

N.Korea's Population Grows as Life Expectancy Dwindles

North Korea's population has grown larger but average life expectancy has become shorter, according to a recent census. The Wall Street Journal reported that North Korean authorities conducted the census in 2008 under the aegis of monitors from the UN Population Fund (UNFPA). The Chosun Ilbo

September 16 2011

THE PERSISTENCE OF POPULATION PESSIMISM

Volume 1, Issue 3: The Population Bomb Four Decades On - Electronic Journal of Sustainable Development Editorial By Julian Morris

September 16 2011

HAVE INCREASES IN POPULATION, AFFLUENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WORSENED HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL WELL-BEING?

This paper examines whether over the long term, empirical data supports Neo-Malthusian fears that exponential population growth would lead to increasing resource scarcity, and that increases in population, affluence and technology would worsen human and environmental well-being. Electronic Journal of Sustainable Development By Indur M. Goklany

September 16 2011

Population fear is nonsense: Tanner

AUSTRALIA has the potential for substantial population growth and claims the country has exceeded its capacity are ''nonsense'', according to senior minister Lindsay Tanner. ARI SHARP November 13, 2009 theage.com.au

September 16 2011

Future demands fecundity

The Australian 10/10/2009 We are so used to hearing about infertility we don't think about about population increase as a separate phenonenom

September 16 2011

Australia ranks second quality of life

Sydney Morning Herald

September 16 2011

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