• crowepps

    If the ‘problem’ is global climate change and a connection to overpopulation could be shown, it would certainly make more sense to do something about unwanted pregnancies in the developed world instead of the third world.

    “How Niger is going to feed a population growing from 11 million today to 50 million in 2050 in a semi-arid country which may be facing climate change is unclear,” Lord Adair Turner, a British businessman and academic, observed crisply.

    Sadly, Niger wouldn’t be able to feed everyone if the population did increase so hugely, but the problem would most likely be solved in the ‘traditional’ way – mass starvation.

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