A Simple Point (that makes a big difference over time)

| June 1, 2019 | Leave a Comment

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Media Type: Article - Recent

Year of Publication: 2019

Publisher: Overpopulation Project

Author(s): Philip Cafaro

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Here at The Overpopulation Project we explore various aspects of the population-environment connection, some of which get quite complicated. In this blog we make a simple point, well worth remembering and sharing with colleagues and friends. We highlight the difference between a decreasing rate of global population growth, the amount of growth, and an end to growth. These distinctions about growth are regularly confounded in the media and in conversations about population.

Read the full article here.

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