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Main Title Case for fewer people : the NPG forum papers /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Grant, Lindsey.
Publisher Seven Locks Press,
Year Published 2006
OCLC Number 67525040
ISBN 1931643512
Subjects Population policy ; Population--Environmental aspects ; Overpopulation
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EHBM  HB883.5.C355 2006 CEMM/ACESD Library/Narragansett,RI 06/22/2006
Collation xii, 748 p. ; 27 cm.
A compilation of studies published by Negative Population Growth, Inc. during the last twenty years. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Beyond family planning -- A population focus for U.S. aid -- Family responsibility -- Europe in the energy transition: the case for a smaller population -- Too many old people or too many Americans? Thoughts about the pension panic -- "Nimbys" and the fence -- The second great wall of China: evolution of a successful policy of population control -- Secure identification: the weak link in immigration control -- Optimum population series: Reconciling Texas and Berkeley: the concept of optimum population -- How to get there from here: the demographic route to optimal population size -- Land, energy and water: the constraints governing ideal U.S. population size -- Political confrontation with economic reality: mass immigration in the post-industrial age -- Sustainable immigration: learning to say no -- Manning the American military: demographics and national security -- Neighbors' problems, our problems: population growth in Central America -- Balancing humans in the biosphere: escaping the overpopulation trap -- Energy and population: transitional issues and eventual limits -- How to influence fertility: the experience so far -- Optimal city size and population density for the twenty-first century -- You can't go west stress in the high country -- The plight of the Chesapeake -- The most overpopulated nation -- The kingdom of the deaf -- Free trade and cheap labor: the president's dilemma -- Oil, Egypt and Israel: the view in 1995 -- Population and the "eis" -- What we can learn from the missing airline passengers -- Hurricane Andrew: the population factor -- The biologist and the economist: is dialogue possible?