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Are there ethical ways to deal with overpopulation?

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Started: 12/6/2017 Category: Economics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Are there any ethical ways to gradually reducing the worlds population, in order to save the environment, resources, and society for future generations?
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Posted by McMick 2 years ago
I think that free birth control for everyone everywhere, along with good sex education programs in public schools, would help reduce the population without forcing anyone to do anything. I think it's probably the only way there is without forcing someone to be punished for having children. Even without legal abortion I think it would have a huge impact.
Posted by frankfurter50 2 years ago
I'm not finished.
Posted by Alphamus 2 years ago
"Are there any ethical ways to deal with overpop - "


Pretty sure he's trolling you :) My answer: better condom usage in 3rd world countries, advantageous selection of sexual empowerment programs, better education (which means less children on average, statistically), the list is endless. Good debate.
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