Our current rate of growth is not sustainable, leaving little behind for future generations.
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By 2050 the Nation's population is projected to increase to 392 million -- more than a 50 percent increase from the 1990 population size.
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U.S. population growth accelerates deforestation, increases sprawl, and intensifies the nation's dependence on nonrenewable fossil fuels.
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“You don’t have a conservation policy, unless you have a population policy.”
David Brower, former Executive Director of the Sierra Club

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None Dare Call It Class Warfare

September 13, 2016 | Kevin Lynn

Examining the Role of Private Social Media Companies and the Tragedy of the Digital Commons

August 22, 2016 | Kevin Lynn

PFIR is having some trouble in the social media sphere these days. But it is not because it is lacking […]

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Overpopulation and Its Impact on the Natural Environment

August 18, 2016 | Kevin Lynn

In last week’s blog I shared my reaction to the environmental theme of the Rio Olympics’ opening ceremonies in which […]

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Rio to LA, Too Many People and Too Few Resources

August 8, 2016 | Kevin Lynn

Last Friday evening I pulled into a bar to watch the opening ceremonies of 2016 Rio Olympics. Although viewership was […]

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Why Did the Democratic Establishment Abandon Opposition to Illegal Immigration?

August 3, 2016 | PFIR

The Democratic Party platform warns that America “cannot tolerate illegal immigration” and praises Clinton’s efforts to remove “thousands of illegal […]

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Events Calendar

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4 5 6string(3) "309" 7 8 9 10
11string(3) "310" 12string(3) "306" 13 14string(3) "312" 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22string(3) "315" 23 24
25 26 27string(3) "316" 28string(3) "317" 29 30 1

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