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Old 09-04-2019, 01:09 PM   #6757 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by redpoint5 View Post
Agreed that continued economic growth is unsustainable and leads to pollution and resource scarcity problems. I see no link to colonialism being responsible for this state of the world though.

My best guess is that technological innovation and continued world improvement in standard of living will result in more rapid decline in population growth, which will eventually go negative at some point. A stabilized population is perhaps the primary key to so-called sustainability.
some say,that the best contraceptive is,the knowledge that one's children will survive to adulthood.Basic heathcare in the developing world is hoped to bring smaller family size and flat population 'curves' at around 9-10-billion.
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