In keeping with its longstanding and highly popular Youth Outreach program, Negative Population Growth (NPG) continues to engage America’s students in the fight for their future. High school seniors and undergraduate students nationwide were invited to participate in NPG’s 2017 Essay and Photography Scholarship Contests. Out of thousands of entries,[…]
If current trends continue and immigration remains such a driving force in America’s population growth, our country may be forced to accommodate as many as 417 million people by 2060. That means that our nation’s present failing and fragile infrastructure – including highways, bridges, dams, water systems, electric grids, etc. – […]
NPG is pleased to offer challenging contests as part of our mission to enlist a new generation of activists, who will be focused on calling attention to the dangers of population growth. We send our thanks to all of our members and friends who have so generously contributed – as well as our appreciation for […]
This ad appears in Washington Times Daily on June 6, 2017. Please click the photo to view the add as it appears in the Washington Times Daily. AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE 115TH CONGRESS Millions of Americans recently went to the polls to elect leaders who will shape the future of our […]
Analysis finds that current interpretation of 14th Amendment leads to massive chain migration, causing dangerous increases to U.S. population growth.
As the Trump Administration and 115th Congress continue to debate massive reforms to U.S. immigration policies, Negative Population Growth (NPG) has released a new Position paper today on the issue of birthright citizenship. NPG President Donald Mann notes: “Current application of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution grants automatic U.S. citizenship for every baby[…]
This ad appears in 2017 USA Today and National Geographic: Your Guide to National Parks available May 2017. Please click the photo to view the add as it appears in 2017 USA Today and National Geographic: Your Guide to National Parks. Earth Day turned 47 this year – yet one environmental threat remains largely […]