Rising of human populations
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All known populations have their limit and I believe we are very close to it. We have grown as a human population...but have you notice that our medicine is not working as well as it used to? Our bodies may have got used to our medicine but what will happen when it no long works? We will begin to die by a flu like the old days. Many of us are over using are recourses and our environment need time to recover but I feel like its' recovering time will soon be here...
The human population should be instead be allowed to slowly fall at a rate of less than 1% per year. This would mean that people could be lifted out of poverty as there would be more resumes per person. However, the problem of a falling and aging population mears that the economies of all countries would stagnate which is clearly shown in Japan but this problem could be minimised if the population decrease was slow enough and if countries stopped competing to be the biggest. Another advantage of a falling population is that, as a whole, humanity would be less damaging to the earth so civilisation would last longer.
In conclusion,the population should be encouraged to fall slowly to reduce the amount of damage done to earth and to increase the sustainability of civilisation.
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Vote Placed by Axonly 8 months ago
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