We have a unique opportunity to finally see some real government progress on the issues we care most about – immigration-driven population growth and the devastating, long term effects of such growth on our environment and resources. The Council of Environmental Quality, a division of President Trump’s executive branch, is now taking comments from the […]
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Your gift helps publish and distribute materials like this. Click here for a downloadable, printable PDF version POPULATION THREATS TO AMERICA’S RIVERS, ESTUARIES, AND LAKES Their Health and Future in the Face of Ever-Rising Population Numbers An NPG Forum Paper by Christopher J. Daly A look at a map that displays the full array of our […]
The U.S. has never had a formal population policy – has never tried to directly limit population growth or fertility rates. Any such policy would likely start with constraints on groups with the highest fertility rates: the poor, the poorly educated, minorities, and immigrants. The politics of such a move would be daunting. Charges of racism, elitism, and government meddling in a decision best left[…]
Since 2016, the public has become increasingly aware of the shortcomings of the present immigration system while seeking new directions for reform. One precondition for building a better system is to understand the impact of immigration on population, the labor market and economic well-being.[…]
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Can the U.S. economy run on renewable energy alone? That may seem like a fanciful question at a time when the incumbent President insists that climate change is a “hoax” and is determined to restore coal to its once preeminent role in the nation’s energy supply. But a few years back Mark Z. Jacobson, a prominent Stanford University professor of engineering, published a widely acclaimed article claiming that energy from the wind, the sun, and […]