My new book is just released on Amazon: Save the Earth…Don’t Give Birth
50 years after the Population Bomb, and the chickens are coming home to roost. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F2S2XVW
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 lifetime’s 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 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 century, and we are potentially heading to a cataclysm of epic proportions.
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?’ Why is it the elephant in the room? Why is any talk about population off the agenda with virtually no one talking about it? As this book explains, it’s a very tricky subject.
Everything you ever wanted to know about overpopulation, but were afraid to ask, is answered here.
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.
Education is something we’re deeply passionate about, but the fact remains that today’s dominant formal education model is a broken system based on antiquated paradigms. While much has been said and written about education reform over the past couple of years, the issue and the public discourse around it are hardly new phenomena. Today, we round up the most compelling and visionary reading on reinventing the education time table from the past century.