What will happen if the population continues to grow? What are ethical, viable strategies to reach a sustainable population?

A Climate Change with Matt Matern: Paul R. Ehrlich, Stanford Professor Emeritus, Author & President, Center for Conservation Biology
Achieving Sustainable Population: Fertility decline in many developing countries follows modern contraception
The Great Simplification #53 – William E. Rees: “The Fundamental Issue – Overshoot”
The Secret War on Natural Rights—and Children | Opinion
New Book by Paul Ehrlich – Life: A Journey Through Science and Politics
The People Cheering for Humanity’s End
Global population about to hit 8 billion
The Global Push for Population Growth Shows We’re Not Grappling With the Climate Crisis
The Human Eco-Predicament: Overshoot and the Population Conundrum
Full Special Issue Available for Free – The Economics of Biodiversity: Afterword
A Letter to the Editorial Board of the Washington Post
The theoretical and political framing of the population factor in development
World Vasectomy Day – The 10th Anniversary
Earth now has 8 billion people—and counting. Where do we go from here?
It should not be controversial to say a population of 8 billion will have a grave impact on the climate