Population Growth Continues to Threaten Fragile Waterways Across the Country. Americans have a deep and historic love for their rivers, estuaries, and lakes says NPG President Don Mann. But are they loving them to death? They place enormous and at times conflicting demands on the nation’s tens of thousands of waterways: pure water for drinking and industrial use, plant and home sites[…]
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 […]
Negative Population Growth leaders have announced this year’s winners of the organization’s Annual Essay Scholarship Contest. Six students from across the U.S. will receive checks ranging from $2,000 to $750 to put toward their annual tuition[…]
Increased fertility and continued population growth should be expected.
Don Mann, President of Negative Population Growth (NPG) hails the release of a new NPG Forum Paper by chief researcher Ed Rubenstein, 1965 and All That: Federal Laws that Increase Population and Illegal Immigration[…]
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.[…]