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Save The Earth... Don't Give Birth: The story behind the simplest, but trickiest, way to help save our endangered planet. by [Austen, Jonathan]
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What is the single best thing you can do to help the environment?
Is it to stop eating meat? Drive and fly less? Recycle and use less energy in your home?

It is none of these. The best thing you can do to help the environment, by far, is to have a small family, or even better have no children at all. By not adding another person to the planet, you are saving an entire lifetimes worth of pollution, waste, carbon dioxide emissions and consumption.

It is a truth universally ignored that a planet on the verge of collapse must address the root cause ecological annihilation: overpopulation. World population has rocketed from only one billion to nearly 8 billion in only the last two centuries. Add to this our personal consumption, which has multiplied by many times in the developed world over the last 50 years, and we are potentially heading to a cataclysm of epic proportions. We are in the middle of the Sixth Extinction and the climate is becoming unstable before our eyes.

Allowing the world’s population to rocket to its current level is the biggest act of criminal negligence ever committed, by ourselves upon ourselves. We know we’re heading in the wrong direction, but we blindly follow the path towards the cliff edge.

We have to ask, ‘How did we let this happen?’ It is happening right now and we are carrying on as if everything is normal. So why has virtually nothing been done about the exponential increase in our numbers? Why is it the elephant in the room, with any talk about population off the agenda with virtually no one talking about it?

This book contains everything you ever wanted to know about overpopulation but were afraid to ask.
Save The Earth, Don’t Give Birth covers everything influencing population growth, from the personal to the global, from politics to religion, controversial areas often ignored by the media and general conversation.

How did we get here? The human population has risen dramatically, particularly over the last 200 years. The causes and the implications explained, from Malthus to Ehrlich, who gave us warnings which have been ignored. It isn’t a simple matter of too many people, with different cultures and governments with different policies affecting population growth.

Apocalypse Soon? Modern society, capitalism and technology have combined to destroy the fabric of the Earth itself, devastating wildlife and polluting the air, sea and land. The combined impacts are happening now across the planet.

It is a Very Tricky Subject. Given the apocalyptic scenario we are facing, why are we not doing more about it? Here are all of the reasons why we are sitting back and watching it happen.

The Bounty of the Commons. What we could do to achieve lower population growth across the globe, from the smallest personal actions to global policies. All of the negatives from the Impacts could be reversed to bring a better world for everyone, and everything, on our one and only planet.

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  • Print Length: 201 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07F2S2XVW
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